Carlos Lozada
Outlook Editor

Carlos Lozada is the editor of Outlook, The Washington Post’s Sunday section for opinion, analysis, debates and reviews. Previously, he served as the paper’s national security editor and economics editor. Before joining The Post in 2005, he was the managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine and a Knight-Bagehot fellow at Columbia University. A native of Lima, Peru, he is a graduate of Notre Dame and Princeton. He lives in northwest Washington.

Latest by Carlos Lozada

150 journalism cliches -- and counting

150 journalism cliches -- and counting

Tracking the cliches journalists love to use

You can save the world!

You can save the world!

If only it were that simple.

A bad deal with rich people

A bad deal with rich people

If they give to charity, they get a pass.

The rise and fall of America’s rise and fall

The rise and fall of America’s rise and fall

In ‘The Myth of America’s Decline,’ Josef Joffe asks why the United States is so down on itself.