Can the Cultural Property Market Ever Be a Legitimate Market? With Multilateral Export Control Regimes, It Can.

2020-12-03T08:19:28-05:00

Sam Greene advocates for preventing the illicit trade by fortifying the legitimate trade through the use of a Multilateral Export Control Regime (MECR).

Can the Cultural Property Market Ever Be a Legitimate Market? With Multilateral Export Control Regimes, It Can. 2020-12-03T08:19:28-05:00

How Will Climate Change Affect Cultural Heritage? Recommendations for Mitigating Risks

2020-09-23T10:25:57-04:00

Terry Townshend builds on recent developments by examining the climate change-related risks facing cultural World Heritage Sites and makes recommendations for how to assess and mitigate those risks.

How Will Climate Change Affect Cultural Heritage? Recommendations for Mitigating Risks 2020-09-23T10:25:57-04:00

Do Archaeologists Have an Ethical Obligation to Report Looting? Protecting Antiquities and an “Ethical Double Standard”

2020-09-03T02:16:54-04:00

Blythe Alison Bowman Balestrieri draws from a global survey on why many field archaeologist say they do not report archaeological site looting when they encounter it, and argues that the duty to report should be a central tenet of a field archaeologist’s professional ethics.

Do Archaeologists Have an Ethical Obligation to Report Looting? Protecting Antiquities and an “Ethical Double Standard” 2020-09-03T02:16:54-04:00

How to Protect Outstanding Cultural Heritage from the Ravages of War? Utilize the System of Enhanced Protection under the 1999 Second Protocol to the 1954 Hague Convention

2021-06-14T09:21:28-04:00

Seán Fobbe analyzes the power of international humanitarian and cultural property protection law to shield outstanding cultural patrimony in conflict zones.

How to Protect Outstanding Cultural Heritage from the Ravages of War? Utilize the System of Enhanced Protection under the 1999 Second Protocol to the 1954 Hague Convention 2021-06-14T09:21:28-04:00

How to Successfully Fight the Illicit Trade in Stolen Art and Antiquities in Asia? Remove an Antiquated English Law from Hong Kong’s Legal System

2021-06-11T10:14:54-04:00

Steven Gallagher analyzes how Hong Kong’s laws and regulations can be improved to prevent trafficking of art and antiquities.

How to Successfully Fight the Illicit Trade in Stolen Art and Antiquities in Asia? Remove an Antiquated English Law from Hong Kong’s Legal System 2021-06-11T10:14:54-04:00

How to Control the Internet Market in Antiquities? The Need for Regulation and Monitoring

2021-06-11T10:11:25-04:00

Neil Brodie discusses the online art and antiquities marketplace, offering suggestions to protect both good faith consumers and online businesses from facilitating criminal behavior

How to Control the Internet Market in Antiquities? The Need for Regulation and Monitoring 2021-06-11T10:11:25-04:00

How Can We Fund the Fight Against Antiquities Looting and Trafficking? A “Pollution” Tax on the Antiquities Trade

2021-06-11T10:10:06-04:00

Lawrence Rothfield advocates for an targeted "antiquities tax," to provide a sustainable funding stream to pay for more robust monitoring and enforcement efforts against the illicit market and improved site security.

How Can We Fund the Fight Against Antiquities Looting and Trafficking? A “Pollution” Tax on the Antiquities Trade 2021-06-11T10:10:06-04:00

How to End Impunity for Antiquities Traffickers: Assemble a Cultural Heritage Crimes Prosecution Team

2021-06-11T10:08:46-04:00

Ricardo "Rick" St. Hilaire calls for the formation of a Cultural Heritage Crimes team to transform the Department of Justice into a global law enforcement leader in the fight against the destruction, looting, and trafficking of world heritage.

How to End Impunity for Antiquities Traffickers: Assemble a Cultural Heritage Crimes Prosecution Team 2021-06-11T10:08:46-04:00