This chapter discusses the postwar planning meetings that aimed to protect the cultural heritage of Iraq during the 2003 invasion. Archaeologist McGuire Gibson highlighted the fact that the United States needs to prevent the likely looting of archaeological sites in accordance with the 1954 Hague Convention. But Office of Stability Operations' Joseph Collins appeared to have prioritized preventing the looting of coalition forces in adding cultural sites to the “no strike” database.
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