Madeline Schwatz (2019). Face to face with the Gurlitt hoard. Apollo. 31 January.
Maxwell L. Anderson (2018). Do we still need UNESCO?. Apollo. 2 January.
Maggie Gray (2017). Why it's time to talk seriously about digital reproductions. Apollo. 19 December.
Charlotte Joy (2017). What next for UNESCO?. Apollo. 10 November.
Martin Hopkinson (2017). Solving art's mysteries online. Apollo. 3 November.
Thomas Marks (2017). It's time to talk about the ivory trade. Apollo. 30 October.
Peter Watts (2017). The art of anti-terrorism. Apollo. 27 September.
Robert O'Byrne (2017). The Yeats Collection sale is only the latest sign of Ireland's broken heritage export system. Apollo. 25 September.
James Ratcliffe (2017). Bring back the Met's art and antiquities squad. Apollo. 19 September.
Kristen Treen (2017). Dismantling Americas monuments to white supremacy. Apollo. 10 May.
Alice Farren-Bradley (2017). Is museum security robust enough to counter crime and terrorism?. Apollo. 16 March.
Stephanie Dieckvoss (2017). Why everyone's talking about forensics in the art market. Apollo. 15 March.
Dan Hicks (2017). Why are England's heritage bodies supporting the Stonehenge Bypass?. Apollo. 24 February.
Martin Levy (2017). We can preserve elephants AND conserve art. Apollo. 7 February.
James Ratcliffe (2017). European countries are working together to tackle cultural property crime. Apollo. 2 February.
Victoria Reed (2017). How should museums respond to art smuggling scandals?. Apollo. 24 January.
Ian Mundell (2017). The museum director, the culture minister, and more trouble in Brussels. Apollo. 23 January.
Anna Brady (2017). Old Masters, new scandal, as a 'Parmigianino' painting is deemed a fake. Apollo. 20 January.
Brian Daniels (2016). Is the destruction of cultural property a war crime?. Apollo. 28 November.
Susan Moore (2016). Why a sleeping hermaphrodite is causing a stir at Christie's. Apollo. 28 November.
Anna Brady (2016). Why it's boom time for the art insurance sector. Apollo. 24 October.
Ivan Macquisten (2016). Should the art market be more transparent?. Apollo. 16 September.
Donna Yates (2016). Why should a court decide the authenticity of a living artist's work?. Apollo. 26 August.
Paul Tacon (2016). It's time rock art was better protected. Apollo. 17 August.
Anna Brady (2016). What do auction house private sales mean for collectors and the art market?. Apollo. 4 August.
James Ratcliffe (2016). How technology is changing the way we tackle art theft. Apollo. 7 July.
Apollo (2016). Ancient Burmese Buddhist site at risk from botched restoration. Apollo. 27 June.
Martin Levy (2016). Antique ivory poses no threat to elephant conservation: in fact, it needs protection itself. Apollo. 25 May.
Ross Burns (2016). While the world watches Palmyra, another of Syria's heritage sites risks destruction. Apollo. 20 May.
James Ratcliffe (2016). Why the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's stolen art may never be found. Apollo. 4 May.
Giles Waterfield (2016). Can we trust in museum trustees?. Apollo. 29 April.
Erich Theophile (2016). One year on: an update from Nepal's earthquake-damaged heritage sites. Apollo. 26 April.
Phoebe Segal (2016). One museum's tribute to the murdered Syrian archaeologist, Khaled al-Asaad. Apollo. 4 February.
Susan Walker (2016). Libya's threatened ancient history, and why it is significant. Apollo. 15 January.
Giles Richardson (2016). Who owns the wreckage of the San José, and what should be done with it?. Apollo. 4 January.
Apollo (2015). Is the German Cultural Property Protection Act to be welcomed?. Apollo. 21 December.
Palmyre Manivet (2015). Nazi-era restitution claims are just the tip of the iceberg. Apollo. 7 December.
Thomas Marks (2015). It is hard to overstate the gravity of the Castelvecchio thefts. Apollo. 25 November.
Matthew Cooper (2015). Theft threatens the future of Britain's historic churches. Apollo. 9 July.
Tiffany Jenkins (2015). Signing up to the Hague Convention will do nothing to stop ISIS. Apollo. 30 June.
Christos Tsirogiannis (2014). Auction houses should do more to root out looted antiquities. Apollo. 2 April.