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By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Feb 08,2020
PARIS — Brexit is a disaster for the United Kingdom. Given the risk that it will now lose Scotland and Northern Ireland to secession, the country seems to have accepted the idea of Great Britain turning back into “Little England”.
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Jun 18,2019
PARIS — In late May, the Westminster Magistrates’ Court decided to hear a complaint brought by activist Marcus Ball, who had accused Boris Johnson, the former UK foreign secretary who is now leading the field to succeed Theresa May as prime minister, of lying during the
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Feb 27,2019
PARIS — Invited by Google Europe to attend a brainstorming session in Paris on the decline of truth, the rise of fake news and ways to counter both, I began my presentation by placing the problem in historical context.I cited George Orwell’s “Looking back on the Spanish War”, in
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Jul 28,2018
PARIS — The faults of Alexandre Benalla, a former top security aide to French President Emmanuel Macron who was caught on video beating up a demonstrator on May 1, are inexcusable.
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Sep 21,2017
As is so often the case, it was an artist who sounded the warning.
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Jun 11,2017
The American people can escape from the ordeal of Donald Trump’s presidency in one of three ways.
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - May 11,2017
Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the French presidential election could be mistaken for the plot of a novel that no publisher would accept.
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Mar 23,2017
The “hunger games” aspect of this French election cycle began on the left. President François Hollande was brought down by his own Socialist Party.
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Mar 14,2016
The word “trump”, according to the dictionary, is an alteration of the word triumph.
By Bernard-Henri Lévy - Dec 16,2015
Before the second round of France’s regional elections on Sunday, most predictions suggested that five, perhaps six, of the country’s regional governments would fall into the hands of the National Front (FN).But the French people pulled themselves together and turned out to vote



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