- In the year 2021, there were many such big incidents which became a topic of discussion at the global level.
- Taliban capture after withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan
YearEnder 2021: The year 2021 is going to end in a few days and 2022 will start. Many such big incidents happened throughout this year which became a topic of discussion at the global level. These events will be remembered for a long time around the world. When the democratic government was removed in one country, the long-standing foreign rule in another country ended and the new republic came into existence. Afghanistan After the withdrawal of US forces from the Taliban, the Taliban seized power there. On the other hand, the Caribbean island nation of Barbados broke away from Britain after 55 years of its independence and became free from the effects of colonial rule and the world’s newest republic came into existence. Let’s take a look at the big events of the year 2021, which remained in the media headlines for several days.
1. Coup in Afghanistan, return of Taliban to power
Taliban back again in Afghanistan
On 15 August 2021, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani left the country and the Taliban captured the Presidential Palace. With this, the Taliban again returned to Afghanistan. A year ago in 2020, Ashraf Ghani was returned to power in Afghanistan but he could not complete his term as president. US President Joe Biden said that the withdrawal of all US forces would be completed by August 31, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the Taliban intensified their attacks as the last contingent of foreign troops began to withdraw, and Kabul on August 15. Occupied. Ashraf Ghani had to flee the country. The situation in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan has been deteriorating since this coup.
As soon as the Taliban came to power, people started to fear the rule of Talibani government, after which people started leaving Afghanistan. During this many civilians also lost their lives. At the same time, after the capture of the Taliban, American soldiers left Afghanistan completely after 20 years.
2. The Merkel era ends, the departure of German Chancellor Angela Merkel after 16
The era of Angela Merkel, who was Chancellor of Germany for 16 years, is over
8 on 8 December 2021, Chancellor of Germany for 16 years Angela Merkel The era came to an end and the leader of the Social Democratic Party, Olaf Schultz, took over the reins of Germany. The German Parliament has appointed Olaf Scholz as the new chancellor, succeeding Angela Merkel. Let us inform that on 22 November 2005, Merkel became the first female chancellor of Germany. Talking about Angela Merkel’s tenure, she has worked with four US Presidents, five British Prime Ministers, four French Presidents and eight Italian Prime Ministers during her tenure. At the same time, he has faced four major challenges during his tenure – the global financial crisis, the debt crisis of Europe and the Kovid-19 global pandemic.
3. Democrats return to America, violence on Capitol Hill
On January 6, Donald Trump’s supporters created a ruckus on Capitol Hill after the results of the US presidential election.
Violence on Capitol Hill in America became a topic of discussion around the world and for several days this issue was covered in the media. On January 6, Donald Trump’s supporters created a ruckus on Capitol Hill after the results of the US presidential election, in which 5 people died. Trump had called on his supporters to “fight” at his January 6 rally, after which Trump was blamed for the violence. He was accused of repeatedly making provocative statements. After this Trump was criticized worldwide and his Twitter account was banned. However, the final investigation report of this incident has not come out.
4. Joe Biden to become US President
Joe Biden sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on January 20, 2021
Joe Biden becoming the US President is obviously considered to be the most prominent of the biggest events of this year. Joe Biden took the oath of office and secrecy on January 20, 2021, as the 46th President of the United States. With this, he became the oldest President in the history of the country. He turns 79 in November 2021. Biden has repeatedly given the slogan ‘America is Back’ in 2021. He has moved swiftly to deliver on his promise to strengthen ties with America’s allies since taking office. He returned the United States to the Paris climate accord and the World Health Organization, renewed the new START for five years, sought to revive the Iran nuclear deal, and ended US support for aggressive military operations in Yemen. Gave.
5. Military coup in Myanmar, supreme leader Suu Kyi jailed
Aung San Suu Kyi, the supreme leader of Myanmar, was taken into custody
The coup in Myanmar and Sookie’s imprisonment are among the major events of this year. On February 1, the military carried out a coup in Myanmar. Along with this, many leaders including Myanmar’s Supreme Leader Aung San Suu Kyi were taken into custody. The military coup in Myanmar plunged the country into chaos. The military administration mobilized to control the situation in the country but still public life was badly affected. After this, Army General Min Aung Hlaing, who followed the coup, imposed a one-year emergency in Myanmar. There were protests in Myanmar for the coup, in which hundreds of civilians lost their lives. At the same time, recently Nobel laureate Suu Kyi has been sentenced to two years for inciting dissatisfaction against the army and for violating the Kovid rules.
Since the coup, people have been demanding the restoration of democracy and have been organizing demonstrations in many parts of the country. The army and police were being strict against the protesters, due to which the period of violence in the country was not stopping. During that time many people were killed in the firing of the security forces.
5. Netanyahu Farewell, Naftali Bennett Becomes Israel’s President
Netanyahu has been Israel’s longest-serving prime minister.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had to step down in June 2021 after a 12-year term. Naftali Bennett, 49, became Israel’s prime minister after Netanyahu lost his post due to a majority in the Israeli parliament favoring a new coalition government. Under the leadership of Bennett, parties from different ideologies formed a coalition to form a new government in Israel. There was also public outcry over allegations of corruption against Netanyahu in Israel ahead of the general election. It is also interesting that elections were held in Israel four times in less than two years. Due to this political instability had arisen there.
Netanyahu has been Israel’s longest-serving prime minister. He was elected Prime Minister of Israel five times. For the first time he was the Prime Minister from 1996 to 1999, after that he continued to lead the government from 2009 to 2021.
6. Barbados became the world’s newest republic after 400 years
Barbados, a country much smaller than India’s capital Delhi, became the world’s newest republic. The Caribbean island nation of Barbados, located in the southeast Caribbean Sea, became independent on 30 November 1966 but remained under the influence of British colonial rule. However, recently, Barbados officially removed Queen Elizabeth II from its head of state, and in 1625, nearly 400 years after Britain became a colony, the world’s newest republic came into existence. However, Barbados will remain one of the 54 Commonwealth countries. The Commonwealth is an international intergovernmental organization of countries that were mostly the British Empire and its dependent territories. It was established in 1949 by the London Declaration and Queen Elizabeth II is the head of the Commonwealth.
Barbados recently broke the shackles of its mental slavery and announced that it would no longer consider Queen Elizabeth of Britain as its head of state, but instead the new president would be given the status of head of state in Barbados.
7. Xi Jinping equals Mao
President Xi Jinping has been elevated to the rank of one of the most important leaders in the history of the party
The leaders of the Communist Party of China have approved a new political history in the country, raising the status of President Xi Jinping to the rank of the most important leaders in the party’s history. China’s ruling Communist Party of China handed Xi Jinping the presidency for the third time. In China, any leader is given only two terms for the presidency, but for Xi Jinping, the CPC abolished the requirement of two terms by bringing a special resolution. Now Xi will remain in the position of Chinese chief for the rest of his life. He will be the second President of China after Mao Zedong, who will represent the country for the rest of his life.