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Entries by Bernard-Henri Lévy from 09/2012

Reflections on the Richard Millet Case

| Posted 09.08.2012 | World

Strangely enough, what I find most shocking in this Richard Millet affair is the reaction of an entire part of the French literary milieu. There appeared this strange, new technique which consists of, above all, not taking sides.

Build a Political Europe, or Die

| Posted 09.13.2012 | World

This is not a hypothesis, a vague fear, a red flag waved in the face of recalcitrant Europeans. It is a certainty.

The Eternal Culprit (Israel, a Film, and the Media)

| Posted 09.18.2012 | World

Where is the Associated Press's lead story that attempts to defuse the manipulation with an account of how the journalists of the agency, followed by the press the world over, allowed themselves to be led into this trap with such incredible guilelessness?

The Honor of Benghazi

| Posted 09.24.2012 | World

In the merciless struggle since the fall of the dictator that has pitted the assassins of cities and their supporters, the urbiciders and the local citizens, it is the latter, the civilized citizen city-dwellers, who have marked the decisive point -- and that, also, is irrevocable.