The ICC Accepts First Cultural Heritage Destruction Case

The ICC Accepts First Cultural Heritage Destruction Case

Amy Albanese, Vol. 37 Associate Editor For the first time in the history of the International Criminal Court at The Hague, an individual will be tried as a war criminal for the destruction of cultural property. Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi, a native of Mali from the Ansar Taureg tribe, came before Judge Cuno Tarfusser […]

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The 1970 UNESCO Convention, as Implemented by Canada and the U.S.: Articulating Policy Norms

Elizabeth A. Beitler Vol. 37 Articles Editor Vol. 36 Associate Editor The law of cultural property and its repatriation is becoming a more and more salient topic in the realm of international law for several reasons. ¬†First, cultural property encompasses a vast array of objects, including, but not limited to, art, archaeological artifacts, antiquities, and […]

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