Results for “Shoah

Farewell to Claude Lanzmann

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, July 12, 2018

Like Orpheus, Lanzmann was an untamed poet for whom the verses were steel rails, birch forests, silences, names.

Ukraine’s Hero President Z.

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, February 28, 2022

The funnyman who became a warrior and founded a new Europe.

American Jews Should Care About and Support the Independence of Kurdistan

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, September 20, 2017

Iraqi Kurdistan is one of the very rare areas of the Middle East where Jews and Judaism are viewed positively.

The Immortal Salman Rushdie

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Atlantic, August 17, 2022

The attack was an outrage not only against a great and brave author but against truth and beauty themselves. It must have a ringing response.

Putin, Ukraine and historical revisionism

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

The following is the English-language translation of a Bernard-Henri Levy speech delivered on April 16 at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris as part of an international colloquium entitled The Second World War in Russian Political Discourse.

A Plea to My German Friends

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, February 02, 2022

Germany’s collusion with Russia at the expense of Ukraine is a shameful betrayal of its postwar achievements.

In the Footsteps of Tocqueville

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

How does America look to foreign eyes? This year marks the bicentennial of the birth of Alexis de Tocqueville, our keenest interpreter. We asked another Frenchman to travel deep into America and report on what he found.