The Price of Peace is an hour-long special for Public Television exploring deterrence in military strategy and national policy. From the plains of the Maasai Mara to the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, the program seeks to explain the anthropological origins of deterrence and the practical limitations of "peace through strength" in an era of terrorism, cyber-warfare, and nuclear proliferation.

The Price of Peace was delivered for broadcast on Public Television in November 2017.

 Maasai children check playback between shots in northern Tanzania.

Maasai children check playback between shots in northern Tanzania.

Mutually Assured Destruction - a peacekeeping gamble. An excerpt from The Price of Peace.

The Axe Murder Incident. A tale of one-upmanship along the Korean DMZ. An excerpt from The Price of Peace.

An Investment in Civilization - the Maasai of northern Tanzania. An excerpt from The Price of Peace.

The Falkland War- an unexpected conflict. An excerpt from The Price of Peace.

The Munich Agreement - bargaining with Hitler. An excerpt from The Price of Peace.