Tien Hung-mao, national policy adviser to Lee and head of the Institute for National Policy Research, argues China's leverage on Washington is limited given that Clinton is already under heavy attack from the U.
What does INPR stand for?
INPR stands for Institute for National Policy Research (Taipei, Taiwan)
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We have 5 other meanings of INPR in our Acronym Attic
- Institute of Poetic Patience
- Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (Lithuania)
- Institut National de Plongée Professionnelle (French: National Institute for Professional Diving)
- Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (UK)
- Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics (Ohio University and University of Virginia)
- Intelligent Network Platform Prototype (Sprint)
- Israel Nature and Parks Protection Authority
- Interim National Physical Planning Commission (Trinidad and Tobago)
- Idaho Northern & Pacific Railroad
- In Nomine Paranormal Research
- Institute for Natural Products Research (University of Georgia)
- International Network on Personal Relationships
- Inventory Project Report
- Integrating the Enterprise
- Internet Enterprise
- Information Processing by Natural Neural Networks
- Innovationsgesellschaft für Fortgeschrittene Produktionssysteme in der Fahrzeugindustrie mbH
- International Project on Innovative Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycles (International Atomic Energy Agency)
- Inter-Process Communication
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on January 25 WHO: Co-sponsored by the Hoover Institution and the Institute for National Policy Research, Taipei WHERE: Stauffer Auditorium, Hoover Institution, Stanford University Scholars from the Hoover Institution, the Institute for National Policy Research in Taiwan, Stanford University, and leading U.
A major Taiwan daily said Carter plans deliver a keynote speech at the Institute for National Policy Research and meet with Taiwan President Lee Teng-hui during a three-day stay in Taiwan.
Hoover Institution associate director Thomas Henriksen organized the conference, which is being cosponsored by the Institute for National Policy Research (INPR) in Taipei, so experts could better explore the political and economic situation in the region.