Chayes

Chayes

(shāyz), Avoid the incorrect form Chaye and Chaye's.
Herman E.S., U.S. prosthodontist, 1880-1933. See: Chayes method.
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The first is a panel discussion on the nexus between corruption and security with Sarah Chayes from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as well as senior representatives from UNODC, the OSCE, and others.
overthrow of the Taliban, Chayes decided to stay in Kandahar as part of a nonprofit venture.
accept rather than fight consent decrees); Abram Chayes, The Role of the
Mack-Cali was represented in-house by Diane Chayes, senior vice president of leasing.
Two new books, Thieves of State by Sarah Chayes and The Looting Machine by Tom Burgis, document the way corruption is a catastrophe in many poor countries.
Sarah Chayes, who long worked in Afghanistan and has written an important book -- "Thieves of State: Why Corruption Threatens Global Security'' -- about how government corruption helped turn Afghans away from us and from the pro-U.
Sarah Chayes is a senior associate in the Democracy and Rule of Law Program and the South Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment.
Fiss, Forms of Justice, supra note 10, at 27-28; Abram Chayes, The Role of the Judge in Public Law Litigation, 89 Harv.
33) For a counterpoint to Nasr's description of events, see Sarah Chayes, What Vali Nasr Gets Wrong, Foreign Pol'Y (Mar.
Preventive Diplomacy and the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe: Creating incentives for Dialogue and Co-operation' in Chayes, A.
In arguing that the private law model of bipolar private disputes has evolved to a public law system, for example, Chayes suggests that this system is a "new model of judicial action and the judicial role, both of which depart sharply from received conceptions.
Regarding this complexity, I'm going to quote Sarah Chayes of NPR, recently a development activist in Afghanistan, who said, "You can't analyze it.