In his latest article, Carlos Abarca examines the practice of victim blaming and shaming, drawing on efforts to address this worrisome trend by the social movement SlutWalk.
The Extremist Trend: Why Western Youth are Joining a Foreign Fight
In his latest article, Carlos Abarca examines the alarming trend of homegrown terrorism.
Back to School: A Social Class Indicator
As classes begin, Carlos Abarca examines how back-to-school has become an indicator of Canada’s social social class system.
The Population Paradox: Why Some Places in the World Are Growing While Others Are Falling Behind
Carlos Abarca examines the inconsistent population rates across the world and their disparate impacts on future generations.
Washington’s Latest African Summit: Why Obama Wants to Boost US-African Relations
In light of the deadly outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, Carlos Abarca examines president Obama’s renewed commitment to strengthening US-African relations.
Live Longer… Work Longer?
With a vast majority of people in the Western world living past 80, Carlos Abarca discusses billionaire Carlos Slim Helu’s belief that the employment system must be re-thought.
Germany’s World Cup Win Won’t Distract From U.S Espionage Allegations
Amidst all the excitement surrounding Germany’s recent FIFA victory, Carlos Abarca examines another hot issue surrounding the EU nation: US spying.
Hollywood and the Confusing Nature of Modern Feminism
Carlos Abarca examines the conflicting perspectives of today’s self-proclaimed feminists, particularly in the Hollywood industry.
The Israeli-Palestine Conflict: Making International Headlines Once More
Carlos Abarca examines the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the international community’s involvement in the matter.
Washington Redskins and the Misrepresentation of Indigenous Peoples in the Mainstream Media
Carlos Abarca denounces society’s unrealistic and forced portrayal of indigenous peoples in the mainstream media.