Everyone recognizes that the hope of the future rests upon world-wide acceptance of the principle of pacific settlement of international disputes. Certainly at the present time the principle is far from firmly established in many important parts of the world. In furthering the acceptance of the idea, the members of the bar are under a special obligation. Familiar, as they are, with the rule of law in the pacific settlement of domestic disputes, they are in a peculiarly strategic position to aid in the extension of the principle to the international arena. They must contribute diligently and vigorously to that end.
E. B. Stason,
FORUM ON CURRENT PROBLEMS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW,
Mich. L. Rev.
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