The International Journal
of Not-for-Profit Law

Volume 9, Issue 1, December 2006

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

Table of Contents

Letter from the Editor

Philanthropy

A New Take on Tithing
Claude Rosenberg & Tim Stone

The Great Divide in American Giving
Arthur C. Brooks

Articles

Salvation in Court: The Salvation Army v. Russia
Douglas Rutzen

Turkish Grand National Assembly Approves New Law on Foundations
TÜSEV

Non-Profit Organizations in South Africa: Reaping the Benefits of the Income Tax Campaign
Tessa Brewis and Ricardo Wyngaard

Civil Society and Electoral Mandate Protection in Southeastern Nigeria
B.U. Nwosu

Velvet Revolution in Iran?
Martin Beck Matuštík

The Russian NGO Law: Potential Conflicts with International, National, and Foreign Legislation
Alison Kamhi

NGOs and Their Role in the Global South
Monsiapile Kajimbwa

Toward an Economic Interpretation of the Nondistribution Constraint
Vladislav Valentinov

Guiding Principles on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
United States Department of State

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