Garnero, who still today is called the father of the ethanol car, will attend the first panel of the event: "Setting the Agenda for Israel and the World" joining Robert McFarlane, president of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security and Co-Founder of US Energy Security Council; Professor Eugene Kandell, director of National Economic Council of Israel and Bill Richardson, former Governor of New Mexico.
What does IAGS stand for?
IAGS stands for Institute for the Analysis of Global Security
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We have 5 other meanings of IAGS in our Acronym Attic
- International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits (est. 1964)
- Into A Global Observing System
- I Am Guilty Of Stealing Content (gaming tactic)
- Illinois Association of Groundwater Professionals
- Installation Accountable Government Property
- International Association for Greek Philosophy (est. 1987)
- International Association for Group Psychotherapy
- Insituto Andaluz de Geofísica y Prevención de Desastres Sísmicos
- International Association of Gaming Regulators
- Institution of Agricultural Engineers
- Inter-American Geodetic School
- Inter-American Geodetic Survey
- International Academy Geek Squad (forum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan)
- International Applied Geochemistry Symposium
- International Association of Genocide Scholars (est. 1994)
- Iowa Gourd Society
- Institute of Agricultural Secretaries and Administrators (UK)
- International Aicardi Goutieres Syndrome Association (online support group)
- International Airborne Geophysics Safety Association (Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada)
- International Aviation Ground Support Association (Falls Church, VA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The most-recent attack listed on the Iraq Pipeline Watch Website, a project of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, was on Feb.
Oil prices are not going down, they're going up,'' said Gal Luft, executive director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, based in Washington.
According to the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, American taxpayers foot a $50 billion-a-year bill to secure petroleum shipping lanes.
How utilities can save America from its oil addiction," Gal Luft, Institute for the Analysis of Global Security Excerpts: "Thus, unlike electric-only cars .