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The League of Nations and its Problems

Three Lectures

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Author: Lassa Oppenheim
Published: 1919
Language: English
Wordcount: 24,002 / 81 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 53.1
LoC Category: JX
Downloads: 615
Added to site: 2008.07.11 21485
Genre: Non-fiction

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XIV. The three aims of the new League of Nations, and the four problems to be faced and solved in order to make possible the realisation of these aims.


I. Dr. Whewell, the founder of the Chair of International Law which I have the honour to occupy in this University, laid the injunction upon every holder of the Chair that he should 'make it his aim,' in all parts of his treatment of the subject, 'to lay down such rules and suggest such measures as may tend to diminish the evils of war and finally to extinguish war between nations.' It is to comply with the spirit, if not with the letter, of this injunction that I have announced the series of three lectures on a League of Nations. The present is the first, and in it I propose to treat of the Aims of the League. But, before I enter into a discussion of these aims, I should like to point out that I have no intention of dealing with the question whether or no a League



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