Results for “Migrants

In the Footsteps of Tocqueville (Part V)

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Atlantic, November 01, 2005

A twenty-first-century pilgrim ends a year-long journey where the seventeenth-century Pilgrims ended theirs—on the coast of New England, not far from where his travels began.

Road Trip: Part II

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Atlantic, June 01, 2005

What would Tocqueville say? A journey continues, from Seattle to San Diego via Alcatraz and an obesity clinic.

‘We are all making a huge mistake’

Jenni Frazer, The Jewish Chronicle, August 20, 2020

France's leading intellectual, Bernard-Henri Lévy thinks the world has got it wrong on coronavirus.

The French Left’s Fascist Creep

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, October 25, 2018

French presidential candidate and far-left leader, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, is transforming before our eyes into a mascot of totalitarianism.

Love and Hate in the Time of Coronavirus

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, March 16, 2020

The contagion perfectly reflects the sad passions and the evil mythologies of our time.

After the Coronavirus, Who Do We Want to Be?

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, April 28, 2020

‘It’s a good bet that, for better or for worse, tomorrow’s world will not be the same as yesterday’s’.

How to Stop Erdogan

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, October 09, 2020

Turkey’s authoritarian president poses an active danger to Western interests. He must be contained.

King Ubu, Trump’s Dadaist Precursor

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, January 19, 2018

Alfred Jarry’s character is the president’s true predecessor, right down to the bad words.

Trump, Jerusalem, and the Jews

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, December 19, 2017

Was it cheap politics or historical concern and fellow-feeling that motivated the president to declare his allegiance to the millennial capital?

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.