Portrait Daniel Cohn-Bendit
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Guest 2002, 2014.


Linksradikalismus - Gewaltkur gegen die Alterskrankheit des Kommunismus
Reinbek, 1968

Der grosse Basar: Autobiographie; Gespräche mit Michel Lévy, Jean-Marc Salmon, Maren Sell
München, 1975

Wir haben sie so geliebt, die Revolution
Frankfurt/Main, 1987

Einwanderbares Deutschland oder Vertreibung aus dem Wohlstands-Paradies?
Frankfurt/Main, 1991

Heimat Babylon
Hoffmann & Campe
Hamburg; 1992

Euro für alle
[mit Olivier Duhamel]
Köln. 1998
Übersetzung: Ronald Voullié

Sois jeune et tais-toi
Esprit frappeur
Paris, 1998

Quand tu seras président
[mit Bernhard Kouchner]
Robert Laffond
Paris, 2004

Übersetzer: Wolfgang Geiger, Hermann Jäger

Daniel Cohn-Bendit [ Germany ]

Daniel Cohn-Bendit was born in 1945 in the French town Montauban. He became publicly known in May 1968 as the spokesman for the Paris student protest movement. After being expelled from France, Cohn-Bendit became involved in the Frankfurt “Sponti” scene, published the city magazine “Pflasterstrand” and has belonged to the “Realo” wing of the German Green Party since the 1980s. From 1989 to 1997, he headed the first, newly-established Office for Multicultural Affairs. He has been a Member of the European Parliament from 1994 to 2014, standing as a candidate alternately in Germany and France, achieving top results in both countries for the Greens. He most recently released Für Europa. Ein Manifest (2012; tr. For Europe. A Manifesto.) with Guy Verhofstadt. Cohn-Bendit has received the Hannah Arendt Prize (2001) and the Theodor Heuss Prize (2013).