Cesar Chelala

Dr. Cesar Chelala is a co-winner of the 1979 Overseas Press Club of America award for the article “Missing or Disappeared in Argentina: The Desperate Search for Thousands of Abducted Victims.”

The Social Shame of Violence Against Women

The Power of Human Solidarity

Gaza’s Most Vulnerable Victims

Messi is Still the Best, Ever

Jim Jordan is Not the Man for the Job

Building Bridges for Peace in the Middle East

Women are Key to Ending World Hunger

Women are Key to Ending World Hunger

Bob Menendez Has a Dream

Pinochet Killed Democracy, But Not Poetry in Chile

Africa’s Water and Sanitation Crisis

Moving Forward on Relations with Latin America

Israel Confronts Its Future

Donald Trump’s Original Use of Language

Military Regimes Should Be Ostracized

Elliott Abrams is the Wrong Man for Diplomacy

Cluster Bombs Will Escalate the War in Ukraine

The Enduring Cost of War

Ending the Guantánamo Nightmare

Africa’s Challenges

Brain Drain Exacerbates Health Care Crisis in Africa

Africa’s Time is Now

Lifting the Embargo on Cuba is Overdue

A World Gone Wrong

Long Covid is a Cause for Concern

Creating a Moral Conscience

Creating a Moral Conscience

The Much-Maligned George Santos

Ukraine Women Prove Resilient in the Face of War

Messi or Maradona?

Messi’s Secret

Messi’s Scores are Many and Life Saving

Donald Trump Is a Hero

Deal Between Israel and Lebanon Could Usher in Additional Agreements

The Challenges of Urbanization

The Reason for All Wars

Gender-Based Violence in Iran

Armenia and Turkey Can Bring Hope to the World

Bolsonaro Follows Trump’s Script

Gender-Based Violence in the Pandemic

Enabling Gun Violence in the United States

Traditional Medicine in the Modern World

The Second Amendment and Gun Violence in the U.S.

Echoes of a Tragedy

Can the United States Curb the Epidemic of Gun Violence?

Haitians Deserve to have Better Lives

War has Wreaked Havoc on Ukraine’s Public Health System

Children’s Lives in a Dangerous World

Legal Consequences of Russia’s War of Aggression

The Danger of Infecting Politicians’ Minds