Monthly Archives: July 2014

Antiquities Trafficking Networks in Peru: Development and Market Control

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As countries begin implementing sanctions and seizing assets, a unique channel of finance has emerged for criminal networks—the targeted theft of antiquities. A discovery of internal finance records for the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, … Continue reading

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“Pilfered art still hangs in plain sight”

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This post originally appeared on the Cultural Security Blog. The recent Chicago Tribune article “Pilfered art still hangs in plain sight” by Anthony Faiola reports on the 2,000-plus pieces that were stolen by the Nazis and returned to France after World … Continue reading

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