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What made the Kellogg-Briand Pact weak?
The weakness of the Pact was that it made no provision for policing conformity, and did not take account of the fact that nations will act in what they perceive to be their best interests even if this means justifying war, despite the Pact.
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The weakness of the Pact was that it made no provision for policing conformity, and did not take account of the fact that nations will act in what they perceive to be their best interests even if this means justifying war, despite the Pact.
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