Chris Blattman discusses the origins and consequences of violence and war in his book Why We Fight. He applies his knowledge of economics and political science to explain different definitions of "war", how violence is often the result of strategic incentives, and how few wars are actually just. He argues that humans have a deep need to fight, and that war is something that is deeply human.
Chris Blattman discusses the concept of war and violence, and how they are often rooted in human preferences and beliefs. He also discusses how leaders can become detached from the public's opinion, and how this can lead to disastrous consequences.
Chris Blattman is a researcher who studies war and violence. In this interview, he discusses his view of war and violence, and how his research has led him to some interesting conclusions. He also discusses his personal life and how he has applied his research to his own life.