About “Bernard-Henri Lévy

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s Journey From Barricades to War Zones

Janine di Giovanni, Foreign Policy, November 13, 2021

In “The Will to See,” France’s great proponent of humanitarian interventionism chronicles the world’s forgotten wars.

Bernard-Henri Lévy: A Frenchman’s passion for Bangladesh’s Liberation War

Bernard-Henri Lévy, Dhaka Tribune, December 16, 2020

A true revolutionary has to get close, very close, to the things themselves; he has to move into the places where History, with a capital H, really happens.

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

The View from Here

James Kirchick, Air Mail, October 23, 2021

Bernard-Henri Lévy will never give up on hopeless causes.

A Jewish Far-Right Pundit Splits the French Jewish Community as He Rises

Roger Cohen, The New York Times, October 25, 2021

Éric Zemmour, eyeing the presidency, tries to rehabilitate the wartime Vichy regime as part of a campaign filled with provocations.

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 Last Humanist

Nathan Gardels, Noema magazine, October 29, 2021

French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy looks back on his life and times.

Seeing Through the Eyes of a Traveling Truth-Teller

Jonathan Kirsch, Jewish Journal, October 28, 2021

As we find out in his new book, “The Will to See: Dispatches From a World of Misery and Hope”, Lévy has put himself in harm’s way in the dangerous and troubled places that he writes about, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Ukraine.

The French Intellectual Who Refuses to Look Away

Anne Applebaum, The Atlantic, October 25, 2021

Rich societies were turning inward even before the pandemic, but Bernard-Henri Lévy won’t let them ignore atrocities elsewhere.

Activism

Bernard-Henri Lévy has relentlessly devoted his life to travel the globe in order to witness the forgotten wars and victims.