Jackson Diehl
Jackson Diehl
Deputy Editorial Page Editor

Jackson Diehl is deputy editorial page editor of The Post. He is an editorial writer specializing in foreign affairs and writes a biweekly column that appears on Mondays. Diehl joined The Post in June 1978 as a reporter on the Metro staff. He joined the foreign desk in 1981, working as a correspondent from January 1982 until July 1992 in three of The Post’s bureaus: Buenos Aires, Warsaw and Jerusalem. From October 1992 until November 2000 Diehl worked in several newsroom management positions, including assistant managing editor/foreign and assistant managing editor/national. He became deputy editorial page editor in February, 2001. Diehl was awarded the Inter-American Press Association Award for Interpretive Journalism in 1984 for his coverage of South America, and the Bob Considine Award of the Overseas Press Association in 1990 for his coverage of the 1989 revolution in Eastern Europe. He was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing in 2011. He is a graduate of Yale University.

Latest by Jackson Diehl

The peace paradox

The peace paradox

A settlement won’t come from diplomatic blitzkrieg.

Departure from reality

Departure from reality

John Kerry’s vision for the Middle East is delusional.

Obama’s Mideast fallacy

Obama’s Mideast fallacy

A double standard could doom peace prospects.

Forgotten Venezuela

Forgotten Venezuela

As the world focuses on Ukraine, the battle for control in Caracas goes unremarked.