we must bear in mind that law has to be substituted for power, that care must
be taken to serve the interests of law."
should stress more and more that it is the rule of law for which they are fighting.
understand a "power" to be a state which has a large population and well-developed
armed forces, army and navy, and so on. This is comparable to believing that a
great man is a very tall and big man. By a great man, however, we mean a man who,
because of his spiritual gifts, his character, and other qualities, deserves to
be called great and who as a result earns the power to influence others. By the
same token it must follow that the state we now call a small state is in reality
a power if it plays such a role in the development of civilization that it marches
in the front ranks and wins victories in the fight for law which surpass those
of the so-called great powers.