One dispute arising out of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war centered on Israeli archaeological excavations in occupied Jerusalem. UNESCO's response to this problem was to attempt to prohibit any excavations in Jerusalem. The author analyzes UNESCO's response and suggests that supervision, not prohibition, should have been the thrust of UNESCO's involvement.
James A. R. Nafziger,
UNESCO-Centered Management of International Conflict over Cultural Property,
27 Hastings L.J. 1051
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