Bernard-Henri Lévy; France and the U.S.; Emmanuel Todd

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Tuesday 04/29/2003

Bernard-Henri Lévy reflects on his intense emotional reaction to the murder of reporter Daniel Pearl, which compelled him to research and write "Who Killed Daniel Pearl." Dominique Moisi of the French Institute for International Relations and author Pascal Bruckner analyze France's opposition to the war in Iraq from a philosophical point of view. Historian Emmanuel Todd posits that the U.S. may have a strong military, but economically it is weakening and over-reliant on foreign trade as explained in his book, "After The Empire: An Essay on the Decomposing System."