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Entries by Bernard-Henri Lévy from 10/2012

Money, Qatar and the Republic

| Posted 10.02.2012 | World

Would it be impertinent, then, to demand a few political conditions before validating this investment? Not, of course, the miraculous transformation of Qatar into a democracy which, as everyone knows, cannot be built in a day.

Why Barack Obama Is Going to Win

| Posted 10.09.2012 | Politics

The American presidential contest, as Tocqueville demonstrated and one can never be reminded enough, is a bizarre election in which voting takes place state by state, thus not completely on a national scale of the United States.

Confronting the Black Tide of New Antisemitism

| Posted 10.16.2012 | World

To give things their correct name, Albert Camus said, is to put the world right a bit. That is why the first task is that of nomination, of pronouncing the word: Whether one likes it or not, Europe is the stage of a wave of a new kind of antisemitism. What kind? And what's new about it?

Marat, David and Jean-Claude Milner

| Posted 10.23.2012 | Books

Can it be that, in 2012, in Paris, an important book by a very important author is passing under the radar of public opinion?

Enough Evasion, We Must Intervene in Syria!

| Posted 10.30.2012 | World

To fail to intervene, while the massacre of innocents accelerates, is, on the contrary, to send the very worst message, strengthening, in particular, anti-Western sentiment. Our honor, our humanity, but also our political self-interest, demand commitment and firmness.