The military’s approach to HIV was developed in the 1980s, at the height of the epidemic. Today, however, medical advances have transformed HIV from a deadly disease into a manageable chronic illness—but the military’s policies remain stuck in the past. This Comment makes the case for reform.
Until recently, the United States did little to help repatriate looted antiquities, thanks to a powerful coalition of art collectors, museums, and numismatists who preferred an unregulated art market. This Essay explores how the United States came to treat the protection of cultural property as an i…