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.”

Sudanese Military Regime Should be Ostracized

Brazil is Leading the Way

Psychology of the Iraq War

Psychology Behind the Iraq War

COVID and Kids

The Failure of Intervention

A Better World is Possible

Climate Change is a Public Health Emergency

Give Cubans a Chance

Kevin McCarthy is Not a Moron

Death of a Brother

Hemingway and Latin America

Borges’ Singular Sense of Humor

The Duty of Aiding Central Americans

Maradona or Messi?

It’s Not Only Guns, It’s Also The Culture

Lessons from the Pandemic

The Humanity of a Bombardier

Why Guantánamo Should be Returned to Cuba

Dare to Make Peace with Iran

Yemen is a Public Health Catastrophe

The Louse That Halted an Army in Russia

A Fragile Democracy

Why ‘Burma’ Should Remain the Country’s Name

The Guantánamo Nightmare Has to End

Mr. Biden, Tear Down the Wall…with Cuba

If I Were a National Republican Lawmaker

Donald Trump is Not Hungry

Girls’ Education is Another Casualty of the Coronavirus Pandemic

An Opportunity to Normalize Relations with Cuba

The New Face of Drug Addiction in Afghanistan

Maradona, Soccer’s God has Died

Game Over

The Final Stretch

In the Eye of the Storm

In India, Rape is only a Symptom

Midas’ Lost Brother

Argentina’s Dark Hours

Soccer’s Holy Trinity

Two Great Writers Meet: Chekhov and Tolstoy

Domestic Violence in the Time of the Pandemic

A Wrong Message for the Pandemic

Donald Trump’s Misguided Attacks on WHO

Donald Trump and the Use of Psychology

Donald Trump and the Use of Psychology

What was lost when Ringling Bros. Left the Circus

The Dangers of Persecuting Doctors

Attorney General William Barr’s Insomnia

The Hut at the End of the World

The Day President Kennedy (Almost) Broke the Embargo on Cuba