Results for “NATO

How long can NATO ignore calls for a no-fly zone in Ukraine?

Editorial board, The Jewish Chronicle, March 17, 2022

There are profoundly Jewish dimensions to this war.

Socialism for imbeciles

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, August 04, 2022

France’s left declares its loyalty to a dark, antisemitic past.

What are the global repercussions of the Ukraine Russia war?

Seth J. Frantzman, The Jerusalem Post, July 10, 2022

There may be better historic parallels to the Ukraine war, a conflict that sets the world on a new trajectory and influences a generation.

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.

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 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.

Save the New Ukraine

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The New York Times, January 27, 2015

Bernard-Henri Lévy and Georges Soros launch an SOS for Ukraine, in this article published in twelve European and American newspapers.

Victor Pinchuk, Mistral Warships, and the Jews of Ukraine

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The HuffPost, November 26, 2014

On Nov. 18, in Kiev, philanthropist Victor Pinchuk was awarded the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Medal of Honor by the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine for his contributions to Ukrainian-Jewish understanding and cooperation. What follows is a version of my remarks at the ceremony.

Ukraine’s Year of Precarious Triumph

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Wall Street Journal, December 30, 2014

Much remains to be done, but the wheel of fortune has turned against Putin.

Why Putin is a danger to Europe

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Kyiv Post, February 09, 2015

Bernard-Henri Lévy discusses the Ukrainian crisis and the danger that Putin represents for democracy and Europe.