THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: At Geneva

In last week's sessions of the Eighth Assembly and the forty, sixth meeting of the Council of the League of Nations, the note in his neighbor's eye disturbed each of the assembled statesmen. Much talk, some of it evasive, and little action proved that suspicion inbred for centuries cannot be bred out in less than a decade. But able critics agreed that discussions, however abortive, were better than the insidious silences, punctuated by subtle urbanity, of the old diplomacy.

Disarmament. The feature of the week was French Foreign Minister Aristide Briand's bid...

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