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Herbert Luethy

Herbert Luethy

“Poujadolf” was invented by a British cartoonist, Vicky. It will probably dog Pierre Poujade to the end of his days. The whole French left has...

Herbert Luethy here takes a rather different view from that of most commentators of the results of Konrad Adenauer’s recent trip to Moscow and of...

In this critique of the “very American” science of sociology, the Swiss historian and political analyst, Herbert Luethy, raises the question of the pertinence of...

The recent Bandung Conference has drawn increased attention to the effort of the newly independent Asian countries to find solutions for their multifarious problems that...

The fall of Mendès-France as French Premier, after all the hopes raised by him both in France and abroad, is one more symptom of the...

The London conference in September has been hailed as a dramatic and hopeful reversal in the tide of European affairs. How did it happen, and...

With that penchant for easy, dramatic labels, American journalists have hailed the domestic program of the “dynamic” Mendès-France as France’s “New Deal,” and he has...

Few political analysts writing in Europe today have Herbert Luethy’s gift for bringing to the familiar central problems that agitate us internationally, and about which...

The “enigma” of Hitler continues to hold the attention of those at least whose memories are longer than the average. If Hitler remains an enigma...

One of the few rays of light in this dark postwar period is the “European Idea.” If the nations of the Old Continent’s rump, under...

In recent months the nationalist upheaval in French North Africa has moved from deep inside the New York Times to Page One—a shift reflecting not...

A few weeks ago, under the auspices of the Congress for Cultural Freedom, the city of Paris was treated to a large and, from all...