The Covenant of the League of Nations consisted of short preambles that were developed for the major three objectives and it was drafted in Article 26 of the League of Nations. There were several articles drafted by the League of Nations to address the members regarding the conditions of members, admission and withdrawal, power, nature of the Council and Assembly (Institute for International Law and Justice, “The Covenant of the League of Nations”). In case of the disputes between the members and the obligations, rules and regulations were amended and new articles were introduced. To practically apply the peace policy and maintain security, articles were drafted (Tufts University, “The Covenant of the League Of Nations”). Success of the LeagueThere were no set standards in Europe before the World War I relating to the management of employed individuals. The League of Nations, in order to develop labor conditions globally with International Labor Organization, fixed maximum working hours per day and week. The member countries were specified to mention the minimum wages, benefits of employees and pensions. This step was known to be of great success for the League of Nations. The League was also successful in providing the first passport for the stateless refugees. This was known as the Nansen passport that was the identification of these people (Bowen, “Understanding International Relations”). The dispute between Finland and Sweden in 1920 regarding the Aaland Island was solved by the League. There were many islands between Sweden and Finland mid-way that generated conflicts between them.
Germany and Poland had conflicts between them regarding the industrial area of Upper Silesia. In 1921, the League was successful in solving the conflict and