Ø  Report: Advancing Equitable and Ambitious Actions to Confront the Climate Crisis
Ø  Positive signals for Pak-US relations
Ø  Can Sanctions Really Stop Putin?
Ø  Popular Opinion May Prevent Pakistan’s New Government From Mending Ties With the U.S.
Ø  President Biden, don’t pass up the opportunity for a reset with Shahbaz Sharif’s Pakistan
Ø  Russia’s War in Ukraine: Military and Intelligence Aspects
INSIGHT Political Transition in Yemen
Ø  In Focus: Syria and U.S. Policy
Ø  Pod Cast: Relationships and Rivalries: A Fascinating Triangle in Asia
Ø  UN General Assembly mandates meeting in wake of any Security Council veto
Ø  Russia agrees ‘in principle’ to UN and Red Cross involvement in evacuations from Mariupol
Ø  Development financing crucial to get global economy back on track
Ø  Report:
Ø  UN human rights experts urge United States to ease Afghanistan assets freeze
Ø  Use sand resources ‘wisely’ or risk development fallout
Ø  Report:
Ø  Pakistan calls for greater responsibility in using veto
Ø  Pakistan, speaking for G-77/China, urges strengthening of global financial institutions for debt sustainability
Ø  At least 16 militias formed in Ukraine with mercenaries from over 50 states – statement
Ø  China not interested in WW3, favours peace in Ukraine – Foreign Minister
Ø  Zelenskyy says he discussed military and financial aid to Kiev with Austin and Blinken
Ø  Russian-Ukrainian talks proceed slowly – Lavrov
Ø  Germany’s ability to send weapons to Ukraine from current reserves is exhausted – Scholz
Ø  Military aid to Ukraine to continue, increase, Borrell says
Ø  US to provide additional $500 million of economic aid to Ukraine – Biden
Ø  German army unable to supply heavy weapons to Kiev, says Scholz’s defence chief
Ø  Zelenskyy meets in Kiev with PMs of Denmark, Spain
Ø  Abrupt embargo on Russian gas harmful for German, European economy – Scholz
Ø  Australia imposes sanctions on 147 Russian individuals
Ø  ‘Lightening-quick’ response if NATO intervenes in Ukraine: Putin
Ø  Russia-Ukraine war: Gazprom cuts gas supplies to Poland, Bulgaria
Ø  India struggles to find vessel to ship crude from Russia
Ø  Russia expels 40 German diplomats in tit-for-tat move
Ø  India, EU agree to broaden ties as Ukraine war shadows talks
Ø  What are the biggest challenges for Macron’s second term?
Ø  Ukraine War: Russia gas supply cuts ‘blackmail’, says EU
Ø  The British High Commissioner called on Ms. Hina Rabbani Khar
Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report
Ø  Govt constitutes 21-member EAC for macroeconomic stabilisation
Ø  Pakistan needs to reduce its current account deficit: IMF
Ø  Pakistan asks EU to relax terms for GSP scheme
Ø  New government but old economic crisis
Ø  IT exports up 29pc to $1.94bn
Ø  Current Country swelters as power outages disrupt daily life
Ø  No shortcut to power woes
Ø  Modest progress on SDGs
Ø  Exports to Italy likely to cross $1bn
Ø  IMF, Pakistan technical-level talks begin
Ø  Govt raises T-bill yields by up to 129bps
Ø  Rising food prices curtail purchasing power: WB
Ø  ‘World faces biggest energy shock since 1970s’
Ø  Oil eases as China lockdowns weigh on demand outlook
Ø  Resourceful use of water
Ø  The brewing wheat crisis
Ø  ‘Pakistan needs to revamp seed sector’
Ø  Irreversible climate
Ø  Ministry of Climate Change issues heatwave alert to all provinces