Bernard-Henri Lévy is one of France’s most famed philosophers, a journalist, and a bestselling writer. Here he discusses ISIS and how the Kurds have “routed IS’s rabble army without a fight. … the IS hordes are much braver when blowing the heads off defenseless young Parisians than when facing real soldiers of freedom.”
The international community, he writes, possesses all of the means necessary to defeat the threat of ISIS, yet is apparently not choosing to do so. Read more from Mr. Lévy here in the WSJ’s Notable & Quotable, who asks, “What is it about this war that the America of Barack Obama, at least for the moment, seems not to really want to win?”
More from Levy here.
Levy has also spent a tremendous effort on the conflict in Ukraine, which he explains here:
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