What Can We Learn from the History of War? Peter Frankopan and Margaret Macmillan
History & Social Policy • 58m
In November 2020, Peter Frankopan and distinguished historian Margaret Macmillan joined us on Intelligence Squared. Macmillan discussed her book War: How Conflict Has Shaped Us, which covers over 2000 years of conflict. From prehistoric times to Afghanistan, Macmillan and Frankopan discussed how war has shaped human society, political organization, technology, and our ideologies.
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