Last week the dispute between Turkey and Britain over the Mosul frontier (TIME, Sept. 28) drifted further and further from the immediate jurisdiction of the League of Nations.

League Factors. The League, having turned over to the Hague Court the question of whether the Council of the League has power to definitely settle how much of the Mosul district shall be Turkish and how much shall be a British protectorate, washed its hands of any immediate settlement. No decision can be expected from the Hague for at least three months. And opinion...

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