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Salman Rushdie felt his ‘life was very normal again’ prior to stabbing

Ash Obel, The Times of Israel, August 14, 2022

'That’s all a long time ago,' author said of Iranian fatwa calling for his death during interview 2 weeks before he was seriously injured in attack.

A Frenchman explains why Israel fights

James Forsyth, Foreign Policy, August 07, 2006

BHL explains why Israel went to war and why the Israeli public—including many who are normally dovish—are so supportive of it.

Epiphanies from Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), Foreign Policy, January 02, 2013

"Arab Winter" is a stupid slogan and the West needs to get over its China fixation, says France's most prominent intellectual.

It’s Time to Take Bernard-Henri Lévy Seriously

Blake Smith, Foreign Policy, April 09, 2021

A close reading of the philosophical career, and influence, of France’s most ridiculed public intellectual.

The View from Here: The rock star and soul of Ukraine

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Air Mail, December 24, 2022

The one and only passion of this man, who is also a thinker, a distinguished scientist, and, yes, a former member of Parliament, is obviously music.

What’s at stake in Ukraine

Brian Stewart, City Journal, December 08, 2022

A new documentary, "Why Ukraine" directed by Bernard-Henri Lévy, shows why Russia is losing the war.

Europeans haven’t given up hope that Britain will change its mind on Brexit

William Booth and James McAuley, The Washington Post, June 12, 2018

William Booth and James McAuley's review of Bernard-Henri Lévy's play 'Last exit before Brexit' at Cadogan Hall in London.

Emmanuel Macron Supports Iran’s New Revolution

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Wall Street Journal, November 18, 2022

France’s president speaks boldly after meeting Masih Alinejad and three other activists.

Wi-Fi on Planes? A ‘Disaster,’ Says Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy (interview), The New York Times, March 23, 2019

For a new one-man show, the French philosopher is traveling to 22 European cities this year. All he needs are books, white shirts and his current manuscript. No internet, please.