Post Profile






Lazopoulos Friedman on Isis’s “get rich quick scheme”

Are Syrian Artifacts protected under the NSPA?Lindsey Lazopoulos Friedman has written an article discussing the possibility of using the McClain Doctrine and the NSPA for objects illegally removed from Syria. From the abstract: This article explores how an individual importing a looted artifact may face prosecution and liability in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit. The article begins with
read more

share

Related Posts


10 things you need to know today: August 27, 2013

News : Newsweek: World

1. KERRY CALLS SYRIAN GAS USE A 'MORAL OBSCENITY'The U.S. has postponed a Wednesday meeting with Russia to discuss Syria as the Obama administration considers a possible military strike in response to Syria's alleged use of chemical...

UN Security Council Takes Aim at ISIS Antiquities Trafficking

Arts : Hyperallergic

Last week the United Nations Security Council adopted a new resolution to curb the trade of looted antiquities from Iraq and Syria. UN Security Council Resolution 2199 prohibits the trade of artifacts illegally removed from Syria si...

ISIS May Have The 'Same Theory The Nazis Had' By Stealing Syrian Cultural Artifacts

News : Huffington Post

The Islamic State group may be taking a move out of the Nazi playbook by looting ancient Syrian antiquities. While Islamic State fighters have destroyed historical sites and ancient artifacts in cities across Syria and Iraq and diss...

The Battles for Dabiq & Mosul: Not the Beginning of the End of ISIS, but the End of Its Beginning

News / International Affairs : Huffington Post: World Blog

Two critical battles are being fought against ISIS this week: the first, in Syria by a combined force of Turkish military and so-called Turkish-backed Free Syrian rebels to seize back from ISIS towns and villages in northern Syria; ...

Mafia and ISIS Trade Stolen Art for Guns

News : The Daily Beast

Two Italian organized crime rings are accused of trading in weapons with ISIS fighters for illegally pilfered artifacts from Libya.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC