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The U.S. Supreme Court has held that federal courts may deal only with cases or questions that are justiciable, that is, questions “appropriate for judicial determination” (Aetna Life ...

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David S. Patterson

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History

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...the League of Nations. Interest in a world court to handle legal issues nonetheless persisted. Article 14 of the Covenant of the League of Nations authorized the League Council to formulate plans for a Permanent Court of International Justice, and Article 13 defined the “justiciablequestions that could be brought before it. The U.S. Senate rejected membership in the league, but Elihu Root ( 1845–1937 ), the most prominent American promoter of a world court, served on the Advisory Committee of Jurists ( 1920 ) that designed the details for the new court at The...