June 22, 1920 (13th Parliament, 4th Session)

UNION

Herbert Brown Ames

Unionist

Sir HERBERT AMES:

Well, you have to take it for granted that the nations who have signed and subscribed to the covenant of the League of Nations will live up to their obligations. I do not think we can quite discuss what would happen if a nation, having, signed the covenant, should refuse to fulfil it. The understanding is that the Council of the League of Nations can take such steps as are necessary for the defence of any nation that is unjustly attacked.

Topic:   COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE
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