The list notably includes veterans of Bush's policy on Iraq -- including Dan Senor , spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority.
What does CPA stand for?
CPA stands for Coalition Provisional Authority (Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance)
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- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 837 other meanings of CPA in our Acronym Attic
- Cleaner Production Assessment (various organizations)
- Cleaning, Pressing, and Altering
- Clinical Pathology Accreditation (UK)
- Clinical Pathology Associates (Austin, TX)
- Closest Point of Approach
- Club de Patinage Artistique (French figure skating club)
- Co-Polar Attenuation
- Coalition for Peace Action
- Coalition for Public Awareness
- Coalition Provisional Authority (Iraq)
- Codigo Postal Argentino (Spanish: Argentine Postal Code)
- Coefficient de Polissage Accéléré (French: Accelerated Polishing Coefficient)
- Coherent Perfect Absorber (physics)
- Coherent Potential Approximation
- Cold Plasma Analyzer
- Collaboration Protocol Agreement (ebXML)
- Collaboration-Protocol Agreement (Oasis)
- Collectif des Plateformes d'Affiliation (French: Collective Affiliate Network)
- College Parents of America
- Colorado Payphone Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The new law, which takes effect on March 6, replaces a variety of past regulations, including some dating back to the time of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA, head of international trade at the commerce ministry, told AFP.
The Green Zone, which was handed back to Iraqi control in January, was the site of the Coalition Provisional Authority government set up after the 2003 US-led occupation that overthrew executed dictator Saddam Hussein.
This is followed by a postscript (O'leary) that brings the readers up to date with the fast pace of developments and the failure of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in constitutional reconstruction.
Per the AEI website, he was an assistant in the Office of the Secretary of Defense on Iran-Iraq and a political adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad.
But to describe the problem as incompetence is too sweeping, when American soldiers, whose sometimes heroic efforts Packer describes at some length, succeeded in improvising community-building schemes with the laughably little they were provided; when that maligned Parnassus of ineptitude, Bremer's Coalition Provisional Authority, also happened to be an assiduous, exhausting beehive of confident, if misplaced, activity; when Bremer himself, as experience took its toll, got over his initial hubris and began reversing the decisions he had so impetuously taken upon arriving; and certainly when more than 2,000 U.
Examining the present cases of building Afghanistan and Iraq into nations in the context of reconstruction efforts in other areas of the world, including Japan, Latin America, and the Balkans, these writings particularly question the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq as an example of poor planning.
An expatriate American businessman, Philip Bloom, and a civilian employee of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, Robert J.