The International Journal
of Not-for-Profit Law

Volume 10, Issue 4, August 2008

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

Table of Contents

Letter from the Editor

The Middle East: New Challenges

The Future of Civil Society in Iraq: A Comparison of Draft Civil Society Laws Submitted to the Iraqi Council of Representatives
Hoshyar Salam Malo

Civil Society in Egypt: A Catalyst for Democratization?
Nadine Hani Abdallah

Pushback Against NGOs in Egypt
James G. McGann

Articles

Legal and Institutional Mechanisms for NGO-Government Cooperation in Croatia, Estonia and Hungary
Katerina Hadzi-Miceva

501(c)(3) Money-Laundering Deterrents Off Target
Donald Morris

"Band of Brothers": Civil Society and the Making of a Terrorist
Scott Atran

Reflections of a Citizen Amidst Divided Lands on Reinventing Civil Society, Civil Liberties, and Governance in Post-Conflict Societies: Patterns, Potentials, and Challenges in the Globalized New Millennium
Shambhavi V. Murthy Gopalkrishna

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