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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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.
Abram Chayes offered the most important response to these charges.
forces were helplessly wrapped inside the [Sherzais'] friendly bear hug," Chayes continues.
Abram Chayes is most associated with the managerial approach to diplomatic relations.
Fullerian critique of what Chayes termed the "public law model of
19) In it, Professor Abram Chayes contrasted the old way of doing things, so-called "private law litigation," with the new trend, which he named "public law litigation.
As security expert Sarah Chayes argues in Against Corruption, the volume of essays that the British government will publish to accompany the summit, corruption today is structured practice.
Chayes and Chayes (1993) stated that the non-complying behavior can be attributed to the following factors:
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.
Collateral damage as the rationale for not pursuing corruption comes up in a surprising way in an episode that Sarah Chayes recounts in her superb recent book, Thieves of State: Why Corruption Threatens Global Security.