During my time in Rome, I wrote a number of essays for my university. Here is the one of which I am most proud. It received 30 e lode, which is Italian for “really well done, I’m impressed”.

Since it is over 4000 words, I’ll not drain your already waning attention on a lengthy introduction. This essay provides an answer to the question burning in everyone’s minds:

To what extent is international law effective in securing the restitution of cultural objects that have been moved from one jurisdiction to another?