Provenance turned into political pawn at cost of communities

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Eight years on, the Kapoor looting case that implicated museums globally, including the National Gallery, is still delaying the return of stolen objects to their communities and collections.

Art has long been cited as a bridge between nations and a pathway for diplomacy. While arguably soft politics are at play, the intention is usually aimed at strengthening relations – be they social or economic.

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