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The Immortal Salman Rushdie

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Atlantic, August 17, 2022

The attack was an outrage not only against a great and brave author but against truth and beauty themselves. It must have a ringing response.

Ukraine, the theater and their echoes

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The HuffPost, February 24, 2015

It has been a year, almost to the day, since the revolution in Ukraine overthrew the corrupt, tyrannical, and, in its last days, murderous regime of Viktor Yanukovych. To mark the anniversary of that event, President Petro Poroshenko invited me to the Kiev National Opera to perform my play.

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s Journey From Barricades to War Zones

Janine di Giovanni, Foreign Policy, November 13, 2021

In “The Will to See,” France’s great proponent of humanitarian interventionism chronicles the world’s forgotten wars.

The Afghan Resistance has begun

Bernard-Henri Lévy, UnHerd, August 21, 2021

Trump dreamed of it. But it’s coming true with Biden.

Biography

Bernard-Henri Lévy, known most widely as a philosopher and nonfiction writer, is also a novelist, filmmaker, and playwright. He is...