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Christopher Caldwell is a columnist for the Financial Times, a contributing writer for The New York Times and a senior editor at the Weekly Standard. He lives in Washington, DC and travels regularly across Europe. He has been described by Matthew d'Ancona as 'one of the best journalists in the world' and has been reporting on the politics and culture of Islam in Europe for more than a decade.
Caldwell is a bracing, clear-eyed analyst of European pieties . . . this book pulsates with ideas * Observer * The most rigorous and plainspoken examination of Muslim immigration in Europe to date . . . well researched, fervently argued and morally serious * New York Times * Dispenses a sharp common sense . . . If his book sharpens a so far sluggish debate, it will have served an important purpose -- Martin Woollacott * Guardian * Reflections on the Revolution in Europe will inspire some readers, infuriate others and leave very few indifferent. That's exactly as it should be - because wherever you stand on this debate, it's one we can't afford to ignore. * Sunday Business Post *