Mornings with Carmen
October 29, 2019
Daniel Bennett of the Center for Faith and Flourishing at John Brown University looks at the latest the impeachment front, as well as his recent address at the Presidential Politics Conference in Iowa on Trump's judicial picks. Sarah Chayes, author of "Thieves of State," talks about the reality of political corruption.
August 28, 2018
Keynote speech by Sarah Chayes begins at about 20 minutes into the video
Thieves of State: Why corruption threatens global security
Published on Jan 2, 2017
Keynote speech recorded at Griffith University's 2016 Integrity 20 conference, Wednesday 26 October - Ian Hanger Recital Hall, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, South Bank Brisbane.
How Government Corruption is a Precursor to Extremism
Published on Nov 12, 2015
A former reporter, she covered the fall of the Taliban for NPR, then left journalism to remain in Kandahar in order to contribute to the reconstruction of the country, living there almost continuously since December 2001. Deeply embedded in the life of the city and fluent in Pashtu, Chayes gained a unique perspective on the unfolding war
The Damage Report
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Trump’s REAL Reason For Pardoning
with Sarah Chayes
Mar 15, 2020
Prominent Americans Shouldn't Leverage Their Names For Payoffs
October 3, 2019
The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump is drawing attention to the questionable activities of more than one major political family. Former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter are under scrutiny for Hunter's work in the Ukrainian energy industry.
The writer Sarah Chayes is the author of the book "Thieves Of The State: Why Corruption Threatens Global Security" (ph). And she argues this scrutiny is a good thing.
Sarah Chayes speaks about the conundrum facing West Virginians who don't want to vote for a Democrat who supports Big Pharma and the fossil fuel industry
Breaking the Wall of Corruption:
Why Curbing Kleptocracy Is Essential to Global Security
Falling Walls Conference
NOVEMBER 09, 2017
The network model, or operating system model, of corruption creates a serious security risk because it risks driving citizens to violence and joining insurgent groups.
Cape Ann Forum - Why Corruption Threatens Global Security
Uploaded on May 21, 2018