The lectures delivered at the Geneva Institute of International Relations. Among the lecturers are Salter, Madariaga, Zimmern, Rappard and Mantoux. The subjects taken up are the Kellogg Pact, the general organization and work of the League in the past year, the activities of the Labor Office and the World Economic Conference, the question of minorities, armaments, etc. The lectures are almost uniformly of high quality and make interesting reading. No attempt is made to exaggerate the accomplishments of the League or to picture international relations in a rosy light. In the matter of the Kellogg Pact, for example, the purely negative character of the agreement is duly stressed, and emphasis laid upon the greater promise of constructive work for peace through the League and the Court.