Originally published 04/03/2015
In which he answers the question: How does knowing the evolutionary origins of politics affect the way historians should write history?
Originally published 06/20/2014
To understand Crimea, we need an evolutionary theory of national honour. It’s irrational and deadly – but it works.
Originally published 10/16/2013
"It was refreshing how closely they followed the exact events."
Originally published 06/16/2013
Credit: Wiki Commons.
Originally published 05/17/2015
It's because our Stone Age brain finds it hard to think straight about weapons whose mass destruction we find it almost impossible to fathom.
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