Results for “Washington

Writing the War

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, November 16, 2022

Elliot Ackerman’s latest book about the fall of Kabul establishes him as a master of his genre.

Beware of Ukraine Fatigue

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Tablet, July 12, 2022

The fate of the West increasingly depends on our own fickle, fleeting attention.

The last person who believe in western intervention

Elliot Ackerman, Time, February 21, 2022

Over the course of four decades Lévy has made a name for himself traversing the globe in an effort to turn the world’s attention to forgotten conflicts, humanitarian crises. He continues with “The Will to See”

What Bernard-Henri Lévy sees for the West

David Patrikarakos, The Spectator, November 18, 2021

I have come to ask Lévy about the future of the West — if, that is, he feels there will be one

U.S. ‘Did Not Fail’ In Afghanistan, Legendary French Writer Says

Richard Miniter and David Martosko, Newsweek, October 28, 2021

After Afghanistan, America must not retreat from the world, says the famed French Writer Bernard-Henri Lévy.

The mujahideen resistance to the Taliban begins now. But we need help.

Ahmad Massoud, The Washington Post, August 18, 2021

Ahmad Massoud leads the resistance in the province of Panjshir. Can he and his fighters hold out?

The bell tolls for us in Kabul

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Spectator, August 29, 2021

The image of the liberal democracies, epitomised by the US, is tragically tarnished.

In the Footsteps of Tocqueville

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

A People and Its Flag It was here, a little south of Boston, on this East Coast that still bears...