The International Journal
of Not-for-Profit Law

Volume 10, Issue 1, December 2007

A quarterly publication of the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law

Table of Contents

Letter from the Editor

The Shifting Landscape for American Not-for-Profit Organizations

Counterterrorism Developments Impacting Charities
Kay Guinane

NGOs Respond to USAID's Proposed Anti-Terror Screening
Sarah R. Eremus

Solving the Necessity Conundrum: What the Drug War Can Teach Us About Due Process for U.S. Charities in the Fight Against International Terrorist Financing
Josh D. Friedman

Good Governance Practices for 501(c)(3) Organizations: Should the IRS Become Further Involved?
Thomas Silk

Governance Is Key Issue in Regulating Charities, IRS Official Tells State Leaders
Grant Williams

Articles

International Investment Treaty Protection of Not-for-Profit Organizations
Luke Eric Peterson and Nick Gallus

Notification or Registration? Guarantees of Freedom of Association in Non-Democratic Environments: Case Studies of Lebanon and Jordan
Marc Makary

Somewhere in Between: Conceptualizing Civil Society
Benny D. Setianto

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