Protection of Cultural Heritage in International Law

The history of cultural property is strongly connected to wars and armed conflicts. If on one side wars represented a means for the enlargement of national territory and neutralisation of enemy populations, ritorsions against theirs cultural property had principally an economic and symbolic value. Damage the signs of a culture was an expression of contempt and superiority. More

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About Natasja Nikolic

-Bachelor of Law
-Generally Secretar at MFD Foundation for the Promotion of the Protection of the Cultural Heritage of Ethnic and Religious Minorities in Europe (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 74/2001) in Maribor, Slovenia
-Assistant of director at IIAS- International Institute for Archival Science of Maribor and Triest

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