Ø  Pakistan looks to build on ‘momentum’ in bilateral ties with US

Ø  The Year Policymakers Woke Up to AI

Ø  US and China resume military contacts at the highest level

Ø  The Specter of Nationalism

Ø  Elections to Watch in 2024

Ø  The role of the US, Europe, and Indo-Pacific partners in India’s China strategy

Ø  The Biden Administration Is Quietly Shifting Its Strategy in Ukraine

Ø  Security Council meets over Red Sea attacks amid growing threat of spillover from Gaza war

Ø  Gaza war: ‘Intense ground battles’ reported, hospital hit kills five

Ø  Gaza on the brink as one in four face extreme hunger

Ø  UN chief condemns Russian attacks against Ukrainian cities and towns

Ø  Security Council discusses crisis in the Middle East; UN chief warns of conflict’s ‘further spillover’

Ø  INTERVIEW: The UN’s role in setting international rules on AI


Ø  Russia Moves Forward With Plans to Buy Iranian Ballistic Missiles

Ø  What Russia’s escalating air attacks mean

Ø  Putin inks decree on granting citizenship to foreigners under contract with Russian army

Ø  EU foreign policy chief says world must ‘impose’ solution to Gaza war

Ø  Russia, Ukraine exchange hundreds of prisoners in largest release of war

Ø  ‘Russia and Ukraine target each other’s defence industry amid land stalemate

Ø  Russia used North Korean missiles in Ukraine, US says

Ø  In 2024, Europe to hunt for new partners to offload asylum seekers


Ø  SBP Weekly Data ReportØ  Copper exports to China cross $1b

Ø  Analysis: Economic woes driving global firms’ exodus

Ø  Special Report: Steering next year’s economic ship

Ø  Exports rise to 18-month high


Ø  A year of stabilisation

Ø  Expensive and unreliable electricity: a solution

Ø  An undervalued PSX

Ø  IMF board to review Pakistan tranche on Jan 11

Ø  Oil prices higher on Fed comments on inflation, Middle East tensions

Ø  ADB to fund climate-resilient housing projects

Ø  Sizing up climate negotiations

Ø  Perception And Awareness Of Climate Change In Pakistan – Analysis

Ø  Climate change has forced millions to flee their homes — and Asia is ‘not prepared’