Foreign editor Education: Stanford University, BA in History; Oxford University, M.Phil. in International Relations
Douglas Jehl has been foreign editor of The Washington Post since 2008. He oversees all of The Post's coverage outside the United States, including 24 correspondents in 18 locations around the world. He spent 16 years as a correspondent, Middle East bureau chief and editor at the New York Times, where he was deputy Washington bureau chief.
Honors & Awards:
Rhodes Scholar, 1984
Gerald R. Ford Prize for Distinguished Reporting on National Defense, 1991
Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting, 2002 (as a reporter on New York Times team for reporting on Al Qaeda before 9/11)
Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism, 2009 (as an editor on New York Times team for reporting on the war in Afghanistan)
Professional Affiliations: Council on Foreign Relations, Overseas Press Club Foreign languages spoken: Spanish, some Arabic Books by Douglas Jehl:
'Whose Water Is it?': The Unquenchable Thirst of a Water-Hungry World.