Jim Hoagland
Jim Hoagland
PostOpinions Contributor

Jim Hoagland is a periodic contributor to PostOpinions, writing columns on foreign policy. Hoagland joined The Post in 1966 as a metropolitan reporter. He did stints as The Post’s Africa correspondent in Nairobi and Middle East correspondent in Beirut before becoming The Post’s foreign editor in 1979 and then launching an opinion column in 1986. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1971 for International Reporting and in 1991 for Commentary.

Latest by Jim Hoagland

What do foreign friends and foes think of Trump’s ‘Disunited States of America’?

What do foreign friends and foes think of Trump’s ‘Disunited States of America’?

As the United States’ focus moves away from the Middle East, some stand to benefit.

America’s internationalist ideal is dying in Europe

America’s internationalist ideal is dying in Europe

Look for nations to make an even harder swing to the right if Trump is elected.

Obama has ignored our European allies for too long

Obama has ignored our European allies for too long

The U.S. role as an honest broker on the continent should be upheld, not disowned.