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IEAInternational Energy Agency
IEAInternational Environmental Agreements
IEAInternational Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement
IEAInternational Ergonomics Association
IEAInstitute of Economic Affairs
IEAInferred from Electronic Annotation
IEAIllinois Education Association (Springfield, IL)
IEAInstitutional Effectiveness and Assessment (various schools)
IEAInternationaal Energie Agentschap (Dutch: International Energy Agency; Paris, France)
IEAInsurance Educational Association
IEAInternet Exchange Architecture
IEAIbm Education Assistant
IEAIbm Express Advantage
IEAIntegrated Electronic Assembly
IEAInternationale Energie Agentur (German: International Energy Agency)
IEAIntegrated Ecosystem Assessment (US NOAA)
IEAIndian Education Act (Arizona)
IEAInstitutos Educacionales Asociados (Spanish: Educational institutes Associates; Venezuela)
IEAIrish Exporters' Association
IEAInternet Effectiveness Awards (Czech Republic)
IEAInternational Epidemiological Association
IEAInternational Economic Association
IEAIndividual Employment Agreement (various locations)
IEAIdaho Education Association
IEAInteractive Evolutionary Algorithm
IEAIlluminating Engineering Society
IEAInstitute of Ethnology and Anthropology
IEAIslamic Emirate of Afghanistan
IEAInter-Enterprise Architecture
IEAInstitute for Educational Advancement
IEAIndustrial Environmental Association
IEAInstitute for Environmental Assessment, Inc. (est. 1984; various locations)
IEAIntegrated Equipment Assembly (NASA)
IEAInternational Environmental Associates, Inc. (Houston, TX)
IEAInformation Exchange Agreements
IEAImmigration Enforcement Agent
IEAInstallation Excellence Award (US DoD)
IEAIntegrated Enterprise Application (software)
IEAInstitute of Educational Assessors
IEAInstitute of Economic Analysis (Moscow, Russia)
IEAIntegrated Electronics Assembly
IEAInteraction Effectiveness Assessment (social interaction)
IEAInternet Exchange Architecture (Intel)
IEAInvoluntary Emergency Admission
IEAInternational Exhibitors Association
IEAInitial Environmental Assessment
IEAInformation Exchange Annex
IEAIndian Epilepsy Association
IEAInstituto de Estudos Amazonicos E Ambientais (Portuguese: Institute of Amazon and Environmental Studies)
IEAIndependent Energy Agency (UK)
IEAInternational Endometriosis Association
IEAIntegrated Engineering Assessment
IEAInterscholastic Equestrian Association, Inc.
IEAInternet Ethics Association
IEAIndependent Executive Agency
IEAIngeniero Especialista Aeronáutico (Colombia)
IEAInterconnector Error Administrator (electrical utility industry)
IEAInformation Enterprise Architecture Group (New York Life Insurance Company)
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If there is going to be a peace deal between the 'Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan' and the United States or the Kabul government, then as a pre-condition, the Afghan Taliban will leverage on its ability to influence outcomes in Afghanistan, and will soon demand that the 2004 Afghan Constitution be dissolved with immediate effect.
"We invite the respectable US Senator Rand Paul, in his official capacity to visit our political office in Doha for mutual talks," according to a Twitter post by the self-declared Information Committee of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
Similarly, after due consultation and approval in this meeting, each one, the former judiciary chief of the Islamic Emirate, religious scholar, Moulavi Haibatullah Akhunzada and the son of the renowned Jihadi and scholarly figure Moulavi Jalauddin Haqqani (may Allah safeguard him), a well-known Jihadi commander Mullah Sirajuddin Haqqani, as the deputy heads of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
Earlier this year the Taliban opened an office in Doha, Qatar, in preparation to take power in Afghanistan, but it closed after President Hamid Karzai and the US objected to them flying their flag and calling the building the Office of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
The Taliban's office in the Qatari capital was closed when Karzai objected to its signboard proclaiming it to be the office of the "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan" and the hoisting of the Taliban flag.
In June, the Taleban had opened an embassy in Doha, flying their flag and a sign that identified the group as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, angering Karzai.
Referring to the reaction when the Taliban raised their flag and had a plaque installed outside their Doha office that said 'The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,' Mullah Omar blamed the US and Kabul administration for the breakdown of talks in Qatar.
The opening last week of the Taliban office, where the group raised a flag and put up a plaque inscribed with 'Political office of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan', drew criticism from Kabul and President Karzai immediately cancelled plans for an Afghan peace delegation to travel to Qatar, besides suspending talks with the US over a bilateral security pact.
A Taliban office in Qatar that opened on June 18 was meant to foster talks but instead triggered a diplomatic bust-up when the insurgents used the title of the "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan" from their 1996-2001 reign.
US officials were scheduled to meet the Taliban representatives in Doha, but the meeting was cancelled after the Afghan government was angered by the plaques of the new office, bearing the name of The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the name the Taliban used when they controlled Afghanistan before 2011.
The Taliban's "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan" nameplate on the office in Doha has been at the center of a battle between President Hamid Karzai and the United States over US contacts with the Afghan militant group.
does not recognize the name "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan."
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