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

Notre Dame-Michigan finale: The Fighting Irish perspective

An alum offer perspective as the storied programs prepare for their final scheduled meeting Saturday in South Bend.

A mind is a terrible thing to waste at Yale

A mind is a terrible thing to waste at Yale

In “Excellent Sheep,” William Deresiewicz laments the “entitled mediocrity” of the Ivy League

Why public apologies succeed or fail

Why public apologies succeed or fail

The mea culpas of politicians, celebrities and assorted pan-flashers.

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