Ø  US wants to see Pakistan ‘economically sustainable’

Ø  Why anti-Americanism continues to thrive in Pakistan

Ø  Top U.S., Ukrainian Generals Meet In Poland As Russia Intensifies Attacks In Eastern Ukraine

Ø  Pakistan Seeks Change to U.S. World Finance Control as Cuba Leads U.N. Bloc

Ø  US and China Pledge to Talk More to Avoid Worsening Tensions

Ø  Ukraine: Can We Shorten a Path to Peace in 2023?

Ø  Can the Taliban’s Brazen Assault on Afghan Women Be Stopped?

Ø  Global Foresight 2023

Ø  What Is “Political Warfare”?

Ø  The Future of Chinese Investment in Afghanistan

Ø  Pakistan’s rains may have stopped, but children are still dying – UNICEF [EN/UR]

Ø  Negative trends prevail in Occupied Palestinian Territory; human toll ‘devastating’: Senior UN Official

Ø  UN aims to boost aid to frontline areas of Ukraine; Black Sea grain exports near 18 million tonnes

Ø  Pakistan still an ‘ongoing nightmare’ for millions of children, following major flooding

Ø  Water’s a ‘dealmaker’ for multilateral cooperation and the SDGs

Ø  WMO to improve financing for Early Warning Systems


Ø  Ukraine’s Zelenskyy invites China’s President Xi for ‘dialogue’

Ø  Ukraine mourns latest tragedy as Putin promises Russian victory

Ø  Fire at Armenian military barracks kills at least 15 people

Ø  F-16 sale, Syria, NATO on agenda as top US, Turkey diplomats meet

Ø  Biden, Dutch PM Rutte discuss China, Ukraine at White House meet

Ø  Germany appoints defence chief in time for key Ukraine meeting


Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report

Ø  ‘Govt committed to IMF programme’

Ø  Pakistan’s economy grinding to a halt as dollars dry up

Ø  Govt ready to discuss rupee free float with IMF

Ø  Finance: The deepening forex crisis

Ø  FDI shrinks by 59% to $461m in first six months of FY 2023

Ø  Weakening rupee raises fears about economy

Ø  Our elite’s bankruptcy

Ø  World Bank rejects rumours of delay in loan approval for Pakistan

Ø  Pakistan among lower-middle income countries: UN report

Ø  Pakistan’s current account deficit narrows 78% to $400m in December

Ø  Diversification of exports is key for Pakistan

Ø  Pledges feel too good to be true

Ø  2023 economy will be ‘a lot better than feared’

Ø  Oil prices set for second week of gains on brighter China outlook

Ø  Pakistan’s vulnerability to food security

Ø  Agriculture: Correcting the wheat market

Ø  Energy consumption declines as shutdowns increase

Ø  Cost of pollution?

Ø  World owes Pakistan $30b a year for polluting

Ø  Building back Pakistan

Ø  The $10bn question: Will the pledges made in Geneva make their way to the flood victims in Pakistan?

Ø  World Bank adaptation funds slept through Pakistan’s record flooding