Results for “Kiev

‘A new battle for civilisation’: Bernard-Henri Lévy’s war on populism

Lara Marlowe, The Irish Times, April 13, 2019

The French celebrity public intellectual on Brexit, his enemies and changing the world.

The Fight for Democracy in Bernard-Henri Levy’s ‘Why Ukraine’

Tom Teicholz, Forbes, October 24, 2022

Ukraine will win this war, Lévy tell us, because its soldiers and citizens “know why they fight.” In Why Ukraine Lévy makes the case why we all need to fight for them.

Bono, Azov, and May 8

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Will to See by Bernard-Henri Lévy (Substack), May 11, 2022

Bono sings in Kiev. The Azov battalion calls for help. When Putin parades and continues his denazification carnage outside his walls.

Willing ourselves to see

Peter Keough, The Boston Globe, April 28, 2022

Bernard-Henri Lévy's documentary “The Will to See” plunges the viewer into his frenetic globe-hopping to the places the world would prefer to forget.

Putin’s only strength lies in the west’s weakness

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Daily Beast, March 04, 2014

This is the second time that Bernard-Henri Lévy has spoken in the Maidan. On February 9, before the massacre, speaking at the invitation of the Council of Maidan, he extolled the restraint shown by the protesters.

With Poroshenko on the Ukraine Campaign Trail

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Daily Beast, May 22, 2014

The huge, hopeful crowds that turn out in eastern Ukraine to hear presidential candidate Petro Poroshenko are turning their backs on Putin’s propaganda of despair.

Bernard-Henri Levy: to friends of free, european and battling Ukraine

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Kyiv Post, March 30, 2019

The following is a speech delivered on March 28 at Taras Shevchenko National University by Bernard-Henry Levy, the French philosopher, playwright and author.

The Rape of Ukraine

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, February 22, 2022

Taking Putin’s grievances seriously would be nothing more than a death wish for a return to the terrible 20th century.