Joshua Partlow
Correspondent

Joshua Partlow is the Post’s bureau chief inMexico. He has previously worked as the bureau chief in Kabul. Before coming to Afghanistan, he worked as the Post’s correspondent in South America, based in Rio de Janeiro, and as a correspondent in Iraq. Partlow joined the Washington Post in 2003 as an intern on the financial desk and later worked for the metro section covering the Maryland suburbs. He grew up in Olympia, Washington

Latest by Joshua Partlow

Ex-Afghan warlord may again assume key political role

Ex-Afghan warlord may again assume key political role

Abdurrashid Dostum was America’s man in Afghanistan, until things went sour. Now he is back in the mix.

Mexico City pays tribute to Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Mexico City pays tribute to Gabriel Garcia Marquez

The city that the writer called home honors its late resident.

Amid war, Afghanistan’s young people pursue normal lives

Amid war, Afghanistan’s young people pursue normal lives

Kabul’s younger generation enjoys access to information and freedoms that were unthinkable not long ago.

Afghan economy facing serious revenue shortfall

Afghan economy facing serious revenue shortfall

The contraction comes just as foreign funds begin to dry up after a decade of projects to bolster the economy.