In this Article, I will discuss three components. First, I will examine the harms that the looting of archaeological sites imposes on society. Second, I will discuss the responses to the problem, particularly in terms of the law that attempts to regulate this conduct, and some of the characteristics of the current legal regime and of the market in antiquities that prevent the law from achieving its full potential for deterrence. Third, this Article will examine and propose solutions to discourage site looting and encourage preservation of the remains of the past for the benefit of the future.
"Controlling the International Market in Antiquities: Reducing the Harm, Preserving the Past,"
Chicago Journal of International Law:
1, Article 10.
Available at: http://chicagounbound.uchicago.edu/cjil/vol8/iss1/10