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As part of the Treaty of Versailles, which detailed the terms of German surrender, Wilson proposed a League of Nations to mediate conflicts between nations, along with an international court and a set of international laws that would bind not just the weak but also the strong.
The Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, made that clear earlier in the week, which is why, as part of the array of measures that we have been contemplating, which we announced late last year, we're looking at the possibility of an international court case against Japanese whaling, either in the International
Southern Ocean, which is to try and operate a surveillance mission, to gather evidence, potentially for use in an international court case, because ultimately, that may be the one thing which is able to be enforced internationally.
Great Southern Ocean, intending to do its original mission, which was to monitor and gain evidence of the Japanese whaling in the course of this whaling season, for potential use in an international court case against the Japanese Government, because our ultimate objective is to get the Japanese to stop whaling in the Southern Ocean.
Mr Rudd's naive plan to arrest the Iranian President and take him to an international court which has no jurisdiction over him.