Recent history has demonstrated that major power diplomacy has not always promoted peaceful settlement of disputes. There are, however, institutional potentials for conciliation. The author asserts that the Security Council of the United Nations can play a significant role in encouraging pacific settlement of conflicts if it remembers the lessons of the peacemaking efforts of the Council of the League of Nations.
Cornelius F. Murphy Jr.,
Conciliatory Authority of the Council of the League of Nations,
Duq. L. Rev.
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