Author: Thalia Arawi

Founding Director, Salim El-Hoss Bioethics and Professionalism Program- American University of Beirut Faculty of Medicine and Medical Center

Photo of the Broken Chair, a giant wooden sculpture of a three-legged chair. In the background, the entrance to the UN building can be seen. (The Culture Trip | Sean Mowbray)
No one can maim their spirit: On Palestine and the UN’s broken conscience

The Broken Chair in Geneva is a constant reminder of the carelessness of the international community towards those they label “fellow humans.”

Save a life for the Price of a Coffee

Many of us have the habit of going over newspapers in the morning, which are.

We all walk amidst the future while in the present, but very few of us look

Every day, people effortlessly roam streets from one place to another. My errands happen to be near.

The Arab ‘Stepford Wives’: A Deceiving And Ailing Vanity

In 1972, the late playwright and novelist Ira Levin wrote a novel about a city.

Robotics: A Self-Inflicted Leap into Madness

Sophia is a name of a cyborg, an artificial intelligence creation with patented silicon skin.

An Arab Hiroshima ignored

Walking in a cold frightening floor of a hospital, you see a little innocent baby.

Open Letter To The Lebanese Government: Justice For Our Teachers

I graduated from high school after 15 years of schooling and learning from patient, dedicated,.