THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: At Geneva

The Assembly of the League of Nations, in session for the sixth time at Geneva (TIME, Sept. 21), turned and gave ear to Count Quinones de Leon of Spain. By him

A Spanish Resolution was introduced (with the approval of France and the consent of England) praising the efforts of League members to make "regional security treaties," such as the proposed Rhine Pact. Count Quinones' words and resolution were innocuously bland. Specifically he proposed that when regional security pacts had been drawn up by the interested parties the League "should examine them,...

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