William Drozdiak is a former editor and chief European correspondent of the Washington Post. He was awarded the Officer's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He lives in Washington, D.C.
A compelling and urgent alert that Europe's creation of a peaceful community in place of a warring continent, may be unraveling. Great Britain is leaving. Other EU members are suffering from political and economic stresses and the burden of refugees fleeing conflicts and migrants escaping poverty. For the United States, a diminished Europe creates an alarming risk. -- James Hoge, Senior Advisor, Teneo Intelligence This is the best book I've read on the recent turmoil sweeping through Europe--excellent reporting, beautifully written and sensibly, carefully analyzed. Everything that I would expect from a journalist/scholar like Bill Drozdiak. -- Marvin Kalb, Edward R. Murrow Professor of Practice, Emeritus, Harvard University Europeans and Americans alike would benefit from heeding Drozdiak's warning: That European unification may go into reverse and unravel due to blinkered nationalism on both sides of the Atlantic. -- Politico.eu A veteran foreign correspondent views Europe's current dilemmas and power struggles through a series of chapters written from the key capitals, including Berlin, Moscow and London. -- Gideon Rachman, Politics Top picks of 2017 - Financial Times ... William Drozdiak's fascinating book on Europe... -- International New York Times ... a very good survey of what the European experiment is for and why we need to have an integrated Europe, both economically and politically. -- The best books on The European Union recommended by Giles Merritt - Five Books Drozdiak's book doesn't read as an obituary but as a sombre plea to recognise the gravity and urgency of the problems facing Europe and, more broadly, the West. -- 8 best books on European politics - The Independent