THE CABINET: Panama Treaty Progress

Panama Treaty Progress

The failure some months ago of the Panama Senate to ratify "the treaty of alliance and friendship," negotiated between Panama and the U. S. in 1924, was ascribed last week by Secretary of State Frank Billings Kellogg to articles published in the European press last year.

These articles asserted that ratification of the treaty by Panama would be equivalent to the surrender of her sovereign rights, and they pointed out that Panama, as a member of the League of Nations, would be compelled to file the instrument at Geneva...

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