The United States is currently considering proposals to extend cultural property agreements with the Governments of the Republic of Cyprus and Peru, respectively. Each agreement identifies various types of art and antiquities that have been found to be in jeopardy of pillage. Similarly, the United States received a request from the former government of
Luke Tillman and Rebecca Robinson recently published an article in Law 360 assessing US regulations governing the importation of certain types of artwork and cultural antiquities. The article explores how these laws may also be implicated in museum efforts to repatriate some of these items.