Ø  ‘Green Alliance’ to revolutionise agri-sector, cement Pak-US bonds: Masood Khan

Ø  How can US woo a distrustful Pakistan? Flood relief was a start.

Ø  Increasing U.S. Aid to Pakistan Is a Strategic and Moral Imperative

Ø  NATO Faces New Challenge as Ukraine War Spills into Poland

Ø  Taking on China and Russia

Ø  Report: An American strategy for the Indo-Pacific in an age of US-China competition

Ø  Pakistan’s Roadmap for COP27: In Search of a Strategic Vision

Ø  Humanitarian and Refugee Crisis in Ukraine

Ø  Competing for the System

Ø  ‘Catastophic’ winter in store for Ukraine, warns UN peace building chief, following Russian strikes on critical infrastructure

Ø  Overnight blasts near Ukraine nuclear plant are ‘playing with fire!’ – UN nuclear chief

Ø  Horn of Africa: UNFPA launches $113 million appeal for drought-impacted women and girls

Ø  COP27 closes with deal on loss and damage: ‘A step towards justice’, says UN chief

Ø  COP 27 – UN Climate Change Conference


Ø  Russia in touch with Pakistan, ready to clarify any issues – diplomat

Ø  US sending Ukraine $400 million in ammunition, generators

Ø  US aid to Ukraine puts pressure on Pentagon’s arms stockpile

Ø  Japan hails decision to exclude Sakhalin-2 from oil price cap

Ø  Gazprom supplies gas for Europe through Ukraine equalling 42.4 mln cubic meters via Sudzha

Ø  Russia interested in China’s participation in Ust-Luga project

Ø  UK’s Sunak meets Zelenskyy in Kyiv, offers new arms for Ukraine

Ø  World economy to grow 3.1% this year, down from 5.9%: OECD

Ø  Turkish, Russian defence chiefs welcome extension of grain deal

Ø  European Parliament declares Russia ‘state sponsor of terrorism’

Ø  No talks between Azerbaijani president and Armenian PM planned in Russia soon – Kremlin

Ø  Shoigu, his Turkish counterpart discuss situation in northern Syria, grain deal

Ø  NATO vows to aid Ukraine ‘for as long as it takes’

Ø  Scottish independence debate returns from the court to politics

Ø  Ukraine battles to restore power as millions face blackouts


Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report

Ø  FATF: honest mistakes or deliberate ignorance?

Ø  Pakistan’s credit default swap slumps to 71%

Ø  Privatisation fails to meet objectives

Ø  Pakistan, Turkiye, others ‘at high risk of currency crisis’

Ø  CAD narrows by 47pc in July-October

Ø  Pakistan’s exports move up by 35.7% in fist four months of fiscal year 2022-23

Ø  Foreign direct investment plunges 52pc in four months

Ø  Eliminating fuel crisis risk, once and for all

Ø  Why are remittances falling?

Ø  The economic merry-go-round

Ø  ‘Pakistan not ready for 5G’

Ø  Oil up amid wrangling over Russian oil price cap

Ø  Collapse of NJ tunnel feared

Ø  COP27 in a nutshell

Ø  COP27 deal delivers landmark on ‘loss and damage’, but little else

Ø  The seed conundrum

Ø  Pakistan’s search for climate justice

Ø  Govt expects $13bn in foreign flood aid over three years