Ø  Fiscal years 2018-20: ‘US largest civil grant contributor to Pakistan’
Ø  A More Just Drone War Is Within Reach
Ø  U.N. Seeks Huge Aid Increase to Prevent ‘Catastrophe’ in Afghanistan
Ø  Pakistan sentences 4 to death over attack near militant home
Ø  Opinion: Why 2022 is shaping up to be a nightmare year for Imran Khan
Ø  From the Jaws of Retreat  
Ø  The Search for Stability in Afghanistan
Ø  To help ensure food and economic security in Afghanistan, invest in the skills of young women and girls
Ø  2022: The Year Ahead in Asia
Ø  Time for America to Play Offense in China’s Backyard
Ø  America’s Asia Strategy Has Reached a Dead End
Ø  Afghanistan’s Diplomats Refuse to Represent a Terrorist Group
Ø  In Focus: United Nations Issues: U.S. Funding to the U.N. System
Ø  Yemen: ‘Political will, responsible leadership’ needed, to end 7-year war
Ø  ‘Prompt, independent, impartial investigations’ needed in Kazakhstan: UN rights office
Ø  COVID-19 variants, rising debt, threaten global economic growth: World Bank
Ø  Afghanistan: UN launches largest single country aid appeal ever
Ø  55 journalists killed in 2021, impunity ‘alarmingly widespread’ – UNESCO
Ø  ‘Balochistan to tackle climate change with UN help’
Ø  Pak Army to play its part in establishing peace under UN: COAS


Ø  US Senate turns down bill on sanctions against Nord Stream 2
Ø  Sanctions on Putin would be step too far, Kremlin warns US
Ø  Russian-led forces begin Kazakhstan pull-out
Ø  NATO-Russia Council – What was discussed
Ø  Russian gas policies hurting Europe – IEA
Ø  Russia launches military drills near Ukraine as invasion fears remain high
Ø  US-Russian Security Talks: What we know
Ø  Russia: EU renews economic sanctions over the situation in Ukraine for further six months
Ø  Chinese spy infiltrated UK parliament; MI5 alleges
Ø  Infographic: NATO’s members, mission, and tensions with Russia
Ø  Germany sees need for toughness with Russia after European security talks
Ø  UK, India launch post-Brexit free trade talks


Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report
Ø  Inequitable fiscal policy hurting businesses: Pakistan Bus­i­ness Council chief
Ø  Half-yearly private sector borrowing exceeds Rs1tr
Ø  Sugar industry, textile biggest defaulters of bank loans
Ø  Govt takes giant step for IMF conditions
Ø  National Assembly panel approves SBP amendment bill
Ø  Omicron: mild or severe impact on economy?
Ø  The state — and the State Bank’s autonomy
Ø  $3.16bn received through Roshan Digital Accounts till Dec 2021
Ø  SBP praised for Islamic banking initiatives
Ø  Pakistan to repay foreign loans worth Rs8.638b till June as vulnerabilities multiply
Ø  Pakistan enters 5th industrial revolution
Ø  Pakistan rapidly adopting digitalisation
Ø  World Bank forecasts 3.4% growth
Ø  SPI increases 0.08%
Ø  SBP committee wants cryptocurrency banned in Pakistan
Ø  Is the era of low interest rates coming to an end?
Ø  How to attain economic security
Ø  ‘WEF foresees gloomy outlook for global recovery
Ø  Pakistan loses textile exports worth $250m due to gas crisis: APTMA
Ø  ‘E-commerce policy to aid exports, digital economy’
Ø  Refineries offer furnace oil at discount
Ø  Why fisheries not on crest?
Ø  Pakistan to get Basmati rice hybrid seeds
Ø  Oil edges lower on profit-taking, rate hike worries
Ø  Climate change threatens food security
Ø  Climate change causes $3.8b loss
Ø  Climate change: thawing permafrost a triple-threat
Ø  The age of climate fury