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Archaeologist under Pressure: Neutral or Cooperative in Wartime

@inproceedings{Teijgeler2011ArchaeologistUP,
  title={Archaeologist under Pressure: Neutral or Cooperative in Wartime},
  author={Ren{\'e} Teijgeler},
  year={2011}
}
The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have led to frequently heated debate in the archaeological community that has touched on issues extensively examined in humanitarian aid. The so-called ‘new wars’ of the 1990s led to a development in humanitarian aid referred to as ‘new humanitarianism’. This human-rights-based policy noted that, in modern conflict, the sovereignty of a state was no longer regarded as sacred, a stance that allowed international civil society to take sides in a conflict and… Expand
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