Months after the fact, the AIA has produced this highly selective and rather condescending account of what happened at the CPAC meeting to discuss the renewal of the current MOU with Cyprus. http://archaeological.org/news/advocacy/8558#Oral%20Comment
For a far more complete and hence accurate summary, see my own here: http://culturalpropertyobserver.blogspot.com/2012/01/cpac-meeting-on-renewal-of-mou-with.html
Addendum (4/20/12): Archaeo-Bloggers David Gill (Suffolk University) and Nathan Elkins (Baylor University) have publicised the AIA's summary of the CPAC Meeting on Cyprus, but have so far refused to post my comment linking my own far more complete report. Do Suffolk and Baylor support such efforts to suppress alternate views? Is that what Universities are about?