From Halley Comet To Solar Terrestrial Science - The Evolution Of The Interagency Consultative Group
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International Relations; Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary
The Inter-Agency Consultative Group (IACG) is an organization which seeks to maximize scientific returns from focused areas of space science through international cooperation. In its 11-year history the IACG has experienced both monumental success (with the collaborative exploration of Comet Halley) and, more recently, some serious growing pains in its second phase of operation, which focuses on solar terrestrial science. In this post-Cold War period, with increased interaction between countries offering greater opportunites for cooperation, the lessons to be learned from the IACG's experience will be valuable ones.
Johnsonfreese, J., "From Halley Comet To Solar Terrestrial Science - The Evolution Of The Interagency Consultative Group" (1992). Faculty Bibliography. 1689.