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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following description by Chayes and Chayes still finds resonance amongst
Among the theatre recipients are playwright Deborah Yarchun and director Jess Chayes for their play Preservation.
scholars Abram Chayes and Antonia Handler Chayes found that compliance
MORROW, ORDER WITHIN ANARCHY (2014) (developing a formal theory for when and why states follow humanitarian law); BETH SIMMONS, MOBILIZING FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (2009) (arguing that mobilization of domestic civil society impact rights performance); Abram Chayes & Antonia Handler Chayes, On Compliance, 47 INT'L ORG.
Ryhope v Dawdon DAWDON: S Gale c Hayes b Stores 8, A Anderson c Errington b Stores 3, JGreenwood c Kirk b Errington 0, F Hussain lbw Errington 4, N Newton cHayes b Stores 0, R Consitt c Liddle b Hayes 49, C Price lbw Craig 28, JDent b Pickering 70, A Gale c Stores b Errington 33, M Ewart not out 1.Extras 7.
For example, Sarah Chayes, author of Thieves of State: Why Corruption Threatens Global Security, has noted that opposition to corruption was a key factor behind Europe's Protestant Reformation in the 16 th century.
Principles such as the responsibility of states to protect populations within their boundaries, the penal responsibility of individuals for crimes against international law, and the obligation to extradite or prosecute, are all universal interests and values directly protected by international law (Wendt, 1991; 1999; Wight, 1992; Keohane, 1995; Keohane and Martin, 1995; Chayes and Handler-Chayes, 1998; Finnemore and Sikkink, 1998).
Sovereignty in an Age of Globalization (New York: Columbia University Press, 1996), 31; Ernst Forsthoff, Der Staat der Industriegesellschaft (Munich: Beck, 1971), 14; Barkan, Corporate Sovereignty, Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, Empire (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2000), 195-216; Abram Chayes and Antonia Handler Chayes, The New Sovereignty: Compliance with International Regulatory Agreements (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995).
Abram Chayes offered the most important response to these charges.
dollars," Governor Sherzai "had constituted his own private militia," Sarah Chayes, a journalist turned aid worker, writes, in "The Punishment of Virtue," her 2006 account of life in Kandahar.
Abram Chayes is most associated with the managerial approach to diplomatic relations.