Ø  Pakistan Presses U.S. to Lead Global Response to Climate DisastersØ  ‘Let bygones be bygones’: PM Shehbaz says US-Pakistan relations should not be tied with other countries

Ø  US re-engagement with Pakistan: Ideas for reviving an important relationship

Ø  Pentagon Press Secretary Brigadier General Pat Ryder and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Laura K. Cooper Hold a Press Briefing

Ø  Pakistan’s army chief meets with US defense secretary

Ø  U.S. Ambassador Donald Blome Visits AJK to Strengthen U.S.-Pakistan Trade and People-to-People Ties

Ø  US cannot walk away from Pakistan: report

Ø  Study eyes US cooperation with Pakistan amid China rise

Ø  You Can’t Choose Your Neighbors: The Taliban’s Testy Regional Relationships

Ø  US envoy visits AJK to ‘promote Pakistan-US partnership’

Ø  Pakistan’s 2022 Floods and Implications for U.S. Interests

Ø  How the world should help Pakistan with its never-ending flood disaster

Ø  In a First Study of Pakistan’s Floods, Scientists See Climate Change at Work

Ø  Upholding a Rules-Based Order: Reinforcing a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

Ø  Ten years of Afghan economic growth, reversed in just 12 months: UNDP

Ø  Report: One Year in Review-Afghanistan since August 2021

Ø  Pakistan: To avert ‘second wave of death’, UN raises funding appeal to $816 million

Ø  New UN report urges Europe to step-up action over triple environmental crisis


Ø  FM Bilawal’s Official Visit to GermanyØ  Turkey, Armenia leaders hold first meeting since improving ties

Ø  UK could face 3-hour power cuts this winter, National Grid warns

Ø  France slams Iran for publishing ‘ confession’ video of ‘hostages’

Ø  Most victims of religious hate crimes are Muslims and Jews: UK

Ø  European leaders gather in Prague, Russia not invited

Ø  Ukraine takes swaths of territory, despite Russia’s mobilisation

Ø  OPEC+ cuts oil production by 2m barrels a day despite US pressure

Ø  Denmark’s PM calls general election for November 1

Ø  European Parliament calls for EU sanctions on Iran over repression of street protests

Ø  US announces $625m military aid for Ukraine, Russia warns of risk

Ø  Ukraine promises to export more grains to African countries


Ø  SBP Weekly Data ReportØ  Moody’s downgrades Pakistan’s credit rating

Ø  Moody’s rating downgrade ‘not truly reflective’ of macroeconomic conditions: Pakistan

Ø  Digitisation can fix supply chain: SBP deputy chief

Ø  Sept RDA inflows hit 20-month low

Ø  Forming policies for the common man

Ø  Pakistan may miss IMF targets

Ø  ADB to provide flood-relief support of $2.3-2.5b to Pakistan

Ø  Trade deficit shrinks to $9.2bn in first quarter of FY23

Ø  Govt on defensive after IMF rebuke

Ø  Redefining economic paradigm

Ø  Policy commitments made by Pakistan to continue to apply: IMF representative

Ø  9m Pakistanis pushed into poverty due to floods: World Bank

Ø  Bleak outlook of exports

Ø  Over 20 countries may require emergency aid

Ø  Oil prices rise 1% on cuts to OPEC+ output targets

Ø  Developing climate change strategy

Ø  Wheat policy — dumb and dumber

Ø  A plan for climate change

Ø  Causes and effects of climate change

Ø  Climate change made summer hotter and drier worldwide, study finds