Response or Comment
For the first time in history leading powers both great and small have been able to agree upon a plan for an international court of justice. The plan was formulated last summer by an advisory committee of jurists sitting at The Hague. Since then it has been submitted to the Council and the Assembly of the League of Nations and has been approved. It will come into operation as soon as the project has been ratified by a majority of the nations belonging to the League.
Dickinson, Edwin D. "The Permanent International Court of Justice." Mich. L. Rev. 19 (1921): 413-5.