Autor: Christopher Caldwell

Europe's Future

Thus far in 2006, 30,000 'boat people' have landed on Canary Island beaches--already six times last year's tally. The great majority come from Senegal. There are also Malians and Mauritanians, Gambians and Guineans, Congolese and Cameroonians, and others whom Spaniards don't usually think of as their neighbors, but who now consider Europe just a hop, skip, and a jump away.

por Christopher Caldwell, 5 de diciembre de 2006

After Londonistan

In the 1980’s and 90’s, a hands-off government allowed London to become a haven for radicals and a center for calls to jihad. Culturally and politically, London ranks among the capitals of the Muslim world and is certainly its chief point of contact with the United States and the rest of the West.

por Christopher Caldwell, 28 de junio de 2006

Why Did the French and Dutch Vote No?

The answer to the question of why the French and Dutch voted down the European constitution is simple: because they were asked.

por Christopher Caldwell, 8 de junio de 2005

¿Europa Islámica?

'Europa', dijo, 'será parte del occidente árabe, del Magreb'. Lo que parece haber enfurecido a los oyentes europeos es que Lewis no afirmara esto como algo subido de tono, o una propuesta contraria.

por Christopher Caldwell, 7 de octubre de 2004

Zapatero's Spain

Pujol said in his office in Barcelona in mid-April. 'The victory is legitimate. That cannot be discussed. But without the bombing, the other party probably would have won. March 14 was a legitimate victory but it was also a victory for terrorists.'

por Christopher Caldwell, 5 de mayo de 2004

The Decline of France

por Christopher Caldwell, 8 de diciembre de 2003