The League Council in action; a study of the methods employed by the Council of the League of nations to prevent war and to settle international disputes, by T.P. Conwell-Evans.


London, Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1929.

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Other Title War, Prevention of.
Subjects Arbitration (International law)
Conflictmanagement.
Covenant (League of Nations)
League of Nations. Council.
League of Nations. Covenant.
Mediation, International.
Volkenbond.
Description xi, 291 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1929.
Notes Also issued online.
Contents pt. I. The legal basis of the authority of the Council of The League of Nations to safeguard peace -- part II. War or threat of war -- part III. Disputes likely to lead to a rupture -- Appendices: I. The Covenant of the League of Nations. II. List of disputes submitted to the Council in pursuance of the articles of the Covenant. III. Report of the Committee of the Council on article XI.
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