Tag: Warfare

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The Unique Human Capacity for War

Trench warfare during World War I.

One characteristic that sets humans apart from other animals is the capability to organize sustained warfare against members of their own species, a troubling fact that connects to the problem of PTSD, says Michael Brenner.

In the Grip of Warfare

A nuclear test detonation carried out in Nevada on April 18, 1953.

Amid a deepening scientific consensus that human activity is inviting environmental catastrophe, humanity’s continued reliance on warfare to settle disputes is the other incendiary element in the mix for global annihilation, as Lawrence S. Wittner observes.