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Excerpt from The Territorial Integrity of Hungary and the League of Nations
It is common knowledge that now after the great war, the more or less perfect agreement arrived at to' assure a lasting peace, will lend its character to international law. This will be based on the foundation of the League of Nations7 which will. Above all, enforce obligatory inter national arbitration, conciliatory proceedings to prevent war, the freedom of the seas, sanction of the dicision of the international Tribunal, the uniform diminution of armaments, the popular will to be respected in foreign attairs.
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