Tajikistan has been accused of hosting anti-Taliban fighters.
Why isn't the CIA's plan to kidnap Julian Assange making more headlines? And the nuances of translating literary works.
Once the sick man of Europe, Germany weathered the financial crisis and the Great Recession better than its neighbours.
Naledi Pandor discusses the diplomatic struggles brought about by the unequal global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.
Best of the week and behind the scenes.
Cracks are showing between civilian and military players in Sudan's transitional government.
Japan's former foreign minister is leading governing Liberal Democratic Party and is set to become prime minister.
Investigation finds the institution succumbed to pressure to knock some countries, boost others in its annual reports.
Government hails rehabilitation programmes but victims of armed group express doubts.
New rules for Afghan journalists raise fears following brutal attacks on reporters.
Fuel companies say there is no shortage but a severe lack of tanker drivers, while gov't blames panic buying.
In this episode, The Stream also looks at vaccine equity and Britney Spears' legal battles.
Electoral reform advocates say partisan gerrymandering is weakening the value of voting in the US.
China bans the trade of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, as the US considers tighter rules.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi discusses his country's stance on the Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan.
Sunday's election is turning out to be one of the tightest in recent history.