Anthropologists in Cyprus are quietly working to unite the intensely divided island country—by finding and identifying human remains.
The domestication of wild horses altered the course of history, particularly under Genghis Khan’s reign. Researchers are now digging deep to figure out when domestication started.
The news hints that we are getting closer to Armageddon—but some say we are more peaceful now than in the past. How do we make sense of this contradiction?
Archaeologists at Florida's History Flight have dedicated themselves to a singular quest: finding lost World War II servicemen and bringing them home.
The evolution of uniquely human cognitive abilities gave us the means to wage war—as well as the capacity to avoid it.
International doctrines don’t always work as expected. In fact, some violence is stoked by the rules that are meant to suppress it.