Russia’s War Against Ukrainian Culture

Museums burned, libraries bombed, a curator kidnapped, and Russian mercenaries put up monuments to themselves.

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Turkey – Hagia Sophia Suffers Serious Damage: Walls Peeled and Marble Tiles Shattered

Negligent administration, lack of security and 40,000 mosque visitors a day wreak havoc at World Heritage site in Turkey.

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Will US Renew Libyan Art Embargo During Civil War?

No functional government, no law enforcement, no funding, site neglect, and impunity for illegal development are real causes of Libyan heritage loss.

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Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche

A woman who lived at a turning point in history still shapes a nation’s understanding of its past.

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The Global Art and Heritage Law Project

The Committee for Cultural Policy announces publication of nine volumes in a new Global Art and Heritage Law Series

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Libyan Jewish Community Fights for Rights to Heritage

Libyan government has destroyed, not protected the heritage of minority and exiled peoples.

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