Kevin Sieff
Correspondent

Kevin Sieff became the Post’s Kabul bureau chief in January 2012, after covering education for the newspaper from Washington. Prior to joining the Post, he worked in the Washington bureau of the Financial Times and covered immigration from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. Sieff is a graduate of Brown University and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

Latest by Kevin Sieff

In Afghanistan, losing candidates could decide president

In Afghanistan, losing candidates could decide president

As the votes are counted, two front-runners seek support from the six candidates seen as likely to lose.

UAE detains Taliban commander, disrupting peace talks

Agha Jan Motasim was taken from his family’s home by Emirati authorities, Afghan officials say.

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.

U.S. leaves legacy of unexploded weapons in Afghanistan

U.S. leaves legacy of unexploded weapons in Afghanistan

U.S. military hopes to clean up firing ranges littered with grenades and rockets. But it doesn’t have funding.