A Response to André Glucksmann

André Glucksmann is a man of considerable intellectual courage and integrity, who
has waged many important battles in the past to rescue the honour of the French
left. A member of the generation of May ‘68, he was among the first – despite his
own opposition to the Vietnam War – to react to the subsequent tragedy of the
Vietnamese boat people. Unlike many on the left, he has always understood that
genocide and mass murder are crimes of a different magnitude, crimes against
humanity itself, regardless of whether they are committed by right wing or
(supposedly) left wing regimes, as in the Soviet Union, in China, and in Cambodia.

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