Unique Khmer Silver Plate Is Returned to Cambodia
In a grand ceremony an artifact rare in kind was returned to the Cambodian Government. The artifact, a 12th century silver plate, gives a rare and unstudied look into the golden age Angkor Empire.
Ancient Statue Sits in Limbo as Rights Question Looms
Tulane Law Professor Herbert Larson and Siena Program Professor Colonel Matthew Bogdanos contribute to this New York Times article on a dispute between the Cambodian Government and Sotheby's over the manner in which a 250-pound statue left Cambodia, and whether it was legal or not.
Cambodia Vs. Sotheby's In A Battle Over Antiquities
NPR's Anthony Kuhn covers the ongoing legal battle between Cambodia and Sotheby's in this recent article. There is also an available link from the article to listen to the Story on NPR's segment, All Things Considered.