Human social behaviour exhibits territorality and social dominance, much the same as social animals do.
There's no denying that this behaviour is hard-coded in our genes, as well as culturally maintained. But have we been succesful as a species because of this type of interaction or despite it?
Can't all conflicts on the planet be reduced to territorality and social dominance? Is care for our offspring and the weak part of the same equation?
Can a case be made that the global human society today needs far less of this behaviour we share with social animals? We're all human and no other species is a threat to us.
So how should leadership and the wider society evolve to accomodate this radical change in the way we live together?