Results for “Chirac

Macron, Le Pen, and the House of Usher

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Will to See by Bernard-Henri Lévy (Substack), April 22, 2022

We can think what we want about the president's record, his project, his person, but the Macron vote must be, today, unconditional.

How an Anti-totalitarian militant discovered ultranationalism

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Atlantic, May 13, 2019

After 30 years, I spoke with Viktor Orbán again.

The heartbreak unfolding in Afghanistan

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Telegraph, November 14, 2021

Surviving winter is the first of many hurdles for those hoping to resist the Taliban.

A Jewish Far-Right Pundit Splits the French Jewish Community as He Rises

Roger Cohen, The New York Times, October 25, 2021

Éric Zemmour, eyeing the presidency, tries to rehabilitate the wartime Vichy regime as part of a campaign filled with provocations.

Bernard-Henri Lévy: “Defining oneself by an identity is an impoverishment of what you are”

Freddie Hayward, The New Statesman, October 20, 2021

The French intellectual on culture wars and global crises.

Bernard-Henri Lévy: “Cancel culture is churning out imbeciles”

Celia Walden, The Telegraph, October 15, 2021

The author known as BHL mulls over cross-Channel relations, the wars worth fighting and how to find hope in a world of misery.

The West Goes Home

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, August 03, 2021

President Chirac, Gen. Petraeus, and my 2002 report on Afghanistan This week the Middle East Institute in Washington published an...