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 Wisdom of Idiots: A Brief Morality Tale

A Matter of Shoes and the Weight of Books and Poetry

Obesity is a Serious Threat to Children’s Health

China’s Dementia Challenge

Women Pay a Grievous Price in Congo’s Conflict

The Distractor-in-Chief

Besa: Creating a Culture of Peace

The War on Iraq’s Children

We Are Failing a Generation of Iraqi Children

Living in New York. Missing Home

Yemen: Today’s Guernica

A Kiss is Not a Kiss: Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children

An Urgent Call on Climate Change

Drug Companies and Health in China

Will Donald Trump Be Undone By His Own Words?

Thoughts on Becoming an American Citizen

Breaking Up Barriers to Peace in the Middle East

The Afghan Quagmire

Afghanistan’s Dismal Health Situation

What Would Einstein Have Said About Gaza?

What Trump Can Learn From Ants

The UK High Court is Wrong

Dr. Schweitzer’s Lost Message

The Victims of Gaza

Solving Donald Trump’s Mystery

U.S. Should Ratify Convention on Children’s Rights

Global Need for Mental Health Are Still Unmet

Looking for Beto

Myopia is an Increasingly Serious Problem Among Chinese Children

Poetry to the Rescue of America’s Soul

Malawi Memories

Bachar Azmeh: A Syrian Photographer’s Artistic Lens

The Responsibility of Rich Countries in Yemen’s Crisis

Preventing Disabilities in the Elderly

Deadly Sins of Imperialism

A Story of Courage, Creativity and Survival

Argentina Has Clear Rights Over the Malvinas (Falklands)

Best Way to Aid Africa

Challenges of Providing Water in Africa

Obesity and Children’s Health

A Psychological Portrait of Donald Trump

Trump vs The Arts

Trump’s Favorite Tweets

Poverty is Not Only an Ignored Word

Embargo on Cuba is an Embarrassment for the United States

Donald Trump’s ‘droit du seigneur’

How Brain Drain Exacerbates Health Care Crisis in Africa

The Trump Bubble

How One Man Held off Nuclear War

Guantánamo’s Quagmire