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Matthew Kaminski

Matthew Kaminski (born in 1971) is a journalist and member of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board.

Biography

Before joining the editorial board for the Wall Street JournalPage text.[1] in summer of 2008, Kaminski was the editorial page editor of the Journal's European edition, based in Paris, from 2005-08.

Kaminski reported for the Financial Times and the Economist on the former Soviet Union in 1993-97. He received a bachelor's degree in history from Yale College and a master's degree in international politics from Universite Paris XI.

Kaminski opposed the French burqa ban in his online email debate against Bret Stephens. He wrote, "A state—a majority Christian state, to boot—is mandating how members of a minority religion should go about practicing theirs." Page text.[2]

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