Afghanistan

Afghanistan Travel Guide

Articles about Afghanistan

By Adam H. Graham
By Janine Di Giovanni
In the midst of last winter’s revolts across the Middle East and North Africa, I kept getting e-mails and text messages from friends and colleagues in Tripoli, Cairo, Sanaa, and Benghazi. It made me homesick for the days when I spent more than hal...
By Matthew Yeomans
Sabratah, LibyaWHAT YOU'RE MISSING: Libya sees tourism as its next growth business. And why not?It has a thousand miles of Mediterranean coastline, as well as hundreds of Greek, Phoenician, and Roman ruins, of which the second-century B.C. amphith...
By Pankaj Mishra
The American bombing of Afghanistan began on October 7 last year, almost a month after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. The capital city of Kabul fell to the U.S.-supported Northern Alliance in mid-November, and by...
By Justin Nyberg
A clear sign that Afghanistan's capital is on the road to recovery: the $37 million, 177-room Kabul Serena Hotel. Set in the heart of the city, the Serena has marble floors, wooden screens, silk curtains— and two restaurants, ...