César Chelala

César Chelala is a global health consultant and contributing editor for The Globalist. [New York, United States]

The Death of a Brother

The sorrow, regret and guilt at the death of a sibling hit émigrés hard.

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Aiding Central Americans is the Ethical Thing to Do

The U.S. has a duty to compensate the people of Central America whose tragic circumstances it helped create.

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Quo Vadis, Argentina?

Why is Argentina in such a sorry state, economically, politically and socially?

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The Rise and Fall of Diego Maradona: A True Symbol of Argentina

Why Maradona’s life and death has reverberated throughout the world.

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India: Gender Inequality Seriously Harms Women and Girls

The problem of abuse of women in India will only be solved by changing entrenched culture norms that allow the abuse and degradation of women.

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A Lesson from China’s Cultural Revolution

What can other countries learn from the devastating effects of China’s “Cultural Revolution”?

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Violence Against Women and COVID 19

In formulating their COVID 19 responses, governments, NGOs and the private sector need to be far more sensitive to the special risks women face.

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Beyond Fauci: When Doctors Are Victims

Thoughts on the persecution of doctors and scientists in modern history.

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A Threat to Putin’s Imperial Ambitions

Vodka addiction has had a devastating effect on Russians’ health, the country’s economy and social fabric for centuries.

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Bolsonaro and Trump: Twin Brothers

From the pandemic, their hatred of the media and the environment, the parallels between the U.S. and Brazilian presidents are uncanny.

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