HIA

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AcronymDefinition
HIAHead of Internal Audit (various locations)
HIAHousing Industry Association (Australia)
HIAHealth Impact Assessment
HIAHead Inury Assessment (concussion test; rugby)
HIAHøgskolen I Agder
HIAHot Ion Analyzer
HIAHealth Insurance Authority (regulatory body; Ireland)
HIAHealth in Action (various locations)
HIAHistoric Inns of Annapolis (Annapolis, MD)
HIAHerzberg Institute of Astrophysics (Canada)
HIAHemp Industries Association
HIAHalls Internet Access
HIAHolographic Imaging Apparatus
HIAHyogo International Association (Japan)
HIAHere I Am
HIAHome Improvement Agency (United Kingdom)
HIAHearing Industries Association
HIAHealth Information Act (Canada)
HIAHobby Industry Association
HIAHealth Insurance Associate
HIAHungarian Interchurch Aid
HIAHoover Institution Archive (Hoover Institution; Stanford University)
HIAHand Immobilization Attack
HIAHazard Identification and Analysis Unit
HIAHealth Investment Account
HIAHettesheimer Insurance Agency (Ohio)
HIAHarmful Interference Anticipated (engineering study; Canada)
HIAHost Interface Adapter
HIAHague Invasion Act (2002)
HIAHelmholtz-Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Aachen (Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)
HIAHispanic Influencer Alliance
HIAHorizontal Impulse Accelerator
HIAHighest Interference Algorithm
HIAHeld/Hold In Abeyance
HIAHarrisburg International Airport, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (Airport Code)
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The US has adopted the so-called American Services-Members "Protection Act" - nicknamed The Hague Invasion Act - which authorizes the use of any means necessary to free any American personnel held by the court.
Instead, it adopted the American Services-Members' Protection Act, nicknamed the Hague Invasion Act because it authorised the use of any means necessary to free US personnel held by the court.
820, nicknamed the 'Hague Invasion Act' or the 'Invade the Hague Act', which forbids the United States from cooperating with the ICC in cases that may involve US nationals.
This has come to be known in many corners as the "Hague Invasion Act," occasioning an angry debate in the Dutch parliament and producing sarcastic media scenarios about Delta Force storming Dutch prisons.
House legislation that was worked into an appropriations bill authorized the president to use force to rescue any American held by the ICC, leading some amazed officials in the Netherlands to dub the legislation the "Hague Invasion Act."