Edward Cody
Correspondent

Ed Cody is based in Paris for The Washington Post. Before moving to Paris, Cody covered China from the Post’s Beijing bureau, the Middle East from Post bureaus in Cairo and Beirut and Central America from Mexico City and Miami. He has also worked for the Charlotte Observer and the Associated Press, where he reported in New York, New Delhi, Beirut and Paris. Cody has degrees from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and has also studied at the University of Florence and the University of Paris.

Latest by Edward Cody

On the menu in France: cuisine that was once factory-frozen

On the menu in France: cuisine that was once factory-frozen

Chefs call it a betrayal of the national heritage, even if diners can’t often tell the difference.

Taught ‘not to shut up,’ blogger finds her place in Tunisia

Taught ‘not to shut up,’ blogger finds her place in Tunisia

Web site keeps a close eye on assembly as it draws up post-revolutionary constitution.

Tunisian regime struggles with Islam

Tunisian regime struggles with Islam

Questions of national identity and religion are among the many challenges confronting the country that ushered in Arab Spring.

Manhunt continues for assailant who stabbed French soldier in neck

Manhunt continues for assailant who stabbed French soldier in neck

The attack on the 23-year-old soldier has sent a shudder through Paris.