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Putin’s only strength lies in the west’s weakness

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Daily Beast, March 04, 2014

This is the second time that Bernard-Henri Lévy has spoken in the Maidan. On February 9, before the massacre, speaking at the invitation of the Council of Maidan, he extolled the restraint shown by the protesters.

With Poroshenko on the Ukraine Campaign Trail

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Daily Beast, May 22, 2014

The huge, hopeful crowds that turn out in eastern Ukraine to hear presidential candidate Petro Poroshenko are turning their backs on Putin’s propaganda of despair.

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.

Ukraine’s Revolutionaries Are Not Fascists

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The Daily Beast, February 26, 2014

Putin says the events in Kiev signal the return of fascism to Europe, even as he foments anti-Semitic sentiment at home. Why the West must not believe his misinformation campaign.

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.

Long live free Ukraine!

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The HuffPost, December 17, 2013

It is impossible to predict what the situation in Ukraine will be by the time these lines appear. Already certain, however, is that the events of the past month are extraordinary in every respect.

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.

Ukraine, the theater and their echoes

Bernard-Henri Lévy, The HuffPost, February 24, 2015

It has been a year, almost to the day, since the revolution in Ukraine overthrew the corrupt, tyrannical, and, in its last days, murderous regime of Viktor Yanukovych. To mark the anniversary of that event, President Petro Poroshenko invited me to the Kiev National Opera to perform my play.

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.


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