Joby Warrick is an American author and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist. Warrick began working for The Washington Post in 1996, writing about the Middle East, diplomacy and national security. He has also covered the intelligence community, WMD proliferation and the environment, and served as a member of the Post’s investigative unit.
The Overseas Press Club of America gave him their 2003 award for best newspaper interpretation of international affairs for his articles about proliferation threats. He is the author of "The Triple Agent," a narrative of the events that culminated in the December 30, 2009 murder of seven CIA employees in Afghanistan by a suicide bomber.
Prior to his work at The Washington Post, Warrick reported for The News and Observer of Raleigh, N.C., where he shared the Pulitzer Prize for public service in 1996 for a series of articles on factory farming. The North Carolina native was previously an East European correspondent for UPI and also worked for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Delaware County (Pa.) Daily Times.
Warrick is an alumnus of Temple University, Warrick lives in Washington, D.C.