The US Government grants NGOs funds to fight HIV/AIDS abroad, but only if they agree to have a policy expressly opposing prostitution and sex trafficking.  The Supreme Court held that this requirement violated the First Amendment insofar as it applied to American NGOs.  But this decision holds that the requirement does not offend the Constitution insofar as it applies to foreign corporations that arre affiliates of the American NGOs.  Foreign citizens outside U.S. territory have no rights under the U.S. Constitution.  And foreign corporations are separate legal persons from their American affiliates. As the foreign NGOs were incorporated and operated outside U.S. territory, they have no rights under the U.S. Constitution.