WORLD COURT: Question Answered

Last week the Permanent Court of International Justice at The Hague handed down a decision to the effect that the Council of the League of Nations has authority to determine the final disposition of the Vilayet of Mosul, and that the disposition of the Council shall be binding upon the chiefly interested Powers, Turkey and Britain.

It was recalled that, at the last Assembly of the League, the League Council expressed uncertainty as to the extent of its authority and competence in this matter. The opinion of the Permanent Court of International Justice...

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