THE CONGRESS: World Court

Out of the diplomatic mist at Geneva, Switzerland, last week came a scheme to admit the U. S. to the World Court. A conference of the Court Adherent Powers decided to accept the five Senate reservations in toto, with a counter reservation on No. IV that "the signatory states acting together with at least a two-thirds majority should possess a corresponding right to withdraw their acceptance of the special conditions attached by the United States"; and with the suggestion than an "understanding" on No. V could be reached after the U. S. was...

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