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The diplomacy of banquets
The League of Nations moved to Geneva in 1920. The sociability of the diplomats was facilitated by the fact that Geneva had large hotels, parks and gardens that favored dinners and cocktail parties. This sociability will remain an important component of the functioning of the League of Nations.