IAI

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AcronymDefinition
IAIInfection And Immunity (journal)
IAIIstituto Affari Internazionali (Italian: Institute of International Affairs)
IAIInstitute of International Affairs (Italy)
IAIIllinois Articulation Initiative (education)
IAIInstitute of Art and Ideas (UK)
IAIInternational Association for Identification
IAIInstitut für Angewandte Informatik
IAIInter-American Institute for Global Change Research
IAIIsrael Aerospace Industries Ltd. (est. 1953)
IAIIbm Academic Initiative
IAIInternational Alliance for Interoperability
IAIInternational Arbitration Institute
IAIIbero-American Institute (est. 1930)
IAIIsrael Aircraft Industries, Ltd.
IAIIslamic Army in Iraq
IAIIndependent Administrative Institution (Japan)
IAIInvestment Advisors International
IAIInvestment Advisers, Inc.
IAIInternational African Institute (UK)
IAIImmunity and Infection (American Society for Microbiology)
IAIInternet Activity Index
IAIInsurance Associates Incorporated (Newark, DE)
IAIIntegrity Applications Incorporated
IAIIllinois Transferable General Education Core
IAIIntegrated Alternative Investments, Ltd. (UK)
IAIInco Alloys International
IAIIntraamniotic Infection
IAIIBM (International Business Machines Corporation) Academic Initiative (global educational program)
IAIIntra Abdominal Injury
IAIInternational Apple Institute
IAIIntegration Action for Inclusion
IAIIsrael Arms International, Inc.
IAIInactive Aircraft Inventory
IAIInstitute Al-Islam
IAIInstallation Accident Investigation (US Army)
IAIInventory Adjustment Increase
IAIIAM With Additional Information
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The Istituto Affari Internazionali in Rome says that Italy sent over 6,000 armed forces personnel to international missions and operations during 2016.
Nathalie Tocc, the Deputy Director of Istituto Affari Internazionali Italy, criticized the unilateral withdrawal of US from JCPOA and said it is an unjustified betrayal of Europe and thus needs proportionate reprisals.
General Esa Pulkkinen, Director General of the EU Military Staff; Nathalie Tocci, Special Adviser to High Representative Federica Mogherini and Deputy Director of the Istituto Affari Internazionali; and Roland Van Reybroeck, Director Cooperation Planning & Support at the European Defence Agency.
The conference, the fourth in a series on energy in the eastern Mediterranean, was organised by the Prio Cyprus Centre, in collaboration with the Atlantic Council, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Cyprus and Istituto Affari Internazionali and Strata Insight.
* General (Ret'd) Vincenzo Camporini, Vice President, Former Italian Chief of Defence General Staff, Istituto Affari Internazionali
"Freedom of expression, the separation of powers, and the rule of law have been progressively eroded under Erdoy-an," it was argued in the article titled: "An EU-Turkey Reset." The article was jointly written by Martti Ahtisaari, a former president of Finland and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Emma Bonino, a former Italian foreign minister, Albert Rohan, a former secretary-general of Austria's foreign ministry, Wolfgang Ischinger, chairman of the Munich Security Conference, Hans van den Broek, a former Dutch foreign minister, Marcelino Oreja Aguirre, a former Spanish foreign minister, Michel Rocard, a former French prime minister, and Nathalie Tocci, deputy director of the Istituto Affari Internazionali in Rome.
The international experts included Dr Emanuele Menichetti, director of renewable energy divisions, OME of France; Professor Natalino Ronzitti, professor of international law and Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) scientific adviser of Italy; Ahmed Al Mukhaini, independent researcher from Oman; Dr Iidiko Kaposi, assistant professor of communication, American University of Kuwait; Dr Abdullah Bbood, director, Gulf Studies Programme, Qatar University; Dr Rym Ayadi, senior research fellow, CEPS Belgium; and Sheikh Salah Al Ma'awali, director general of SME development, Ministry of Commerce and Industry of Oman.
Later, during the second panel of the event, Nathalie Tocci of the Istituto Affari Internazionali of Rome said while she found the remarks of CHP leader Kylycdaroy-lu reasonable, she did not find that he provided any strategic alternative.
Later, during the second panel of the event, Nathalie Tocci of the Istituto Affari Internazionali of Rome said while she found the remarks of CHP leader Kyylyycdaroy-lu reasonable, she did not find that he provided any strategic alternative.
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