2021 REVIEW

The main incidents happened in 2021

The resurrection of hope in the world’s oldest democracy and its departure in one of the world’s most devastated countries were among the year’s most important events. The COVID-19 epidemic has affected the whole world and settled everything upside down. These were the tales that not only had a local influence but will also leave a footprint on future developments, ranging from politics, science, and space technology to natural disasters and coups. This article helps you understand some of the milestones that have been the particles of essential change.

The European Parliament votes on the Trade and Cooperation Agreement, the final stage of Brexit.

Brexit has already occurred (on January 31, 2020). So far, it hasn’t been obvious because the transition period ended in 2020, and the UK continued to enjoy the benefits of membership even though it was no longer a member of the EU. 

  • 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will commemorate the 100th anniversary of its formation in 1921 by highlighting its accomplishments. In terms of economics, the CCP has unquestionably succeeded in changing China from a small, impoverished country to the world’s largest economy.

  • COVID-19 vaccines available

 Adults in all 50 states were eligible to receive a Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson immunization by May 1, a year and a half after the COVID-19 pandemic began. Pfizer and Moderna both use innovative mRNA technology to develop their vaccines, but Johnson & Johnson relies on more traditional, pre-existing information-delivery technology.

  • The billionaire space race

This year, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Richard Branson all competed for attention in the area of private space travel and Astro-tourism. Depending on who you ask, Branson became the first citizen to reach space onboard his rocket ship on July 11th. According to NASA, the US military, and the Federal Aviation Administration, Branson flew 53 miles above land, three miles beyond the edge of space.

  • America retreats from Afghanistan

The United States evacuated the last of its troops from Afghanistan on Aug. 31, completing an agreement struck by the Trump administration to end the 20-year conflict. While the majority of Americans (54 percent) believe that leaving the country was the right decision, 40% say that it was handled poorly. Before American soldiers had finished their retreat, the Taliban reclaimed control of Afghanistan in just under ten days, taking Kabul on August 15. President Joe Biden stood firm in his support for the choice and the operation.

  • The Taliban have reclaimed power

The resurrection of hope in the world’s oldest democracy and its departure in one of the world’s most devastated countries were among the year’s most important events. The COVID-19 epidemic has affected the whole world and settled everything upside down. These were the tales that not only had a local influence but will also leave a footprint on future developments, ranging from politics, science, and space technology to natural disasters and coups. This article helps you understand some of the milestones that have been the particles of essential change.

The United States’ war in Afghanistan ended in the same way it began twenty years ago: with the Taliban in control. President Donald Trump reached an agreement with the Taliban in 2020, requiring the withdrawal of all US troops by May 1, 2021. President Joe Biden issued an executive order two weeks before the deadline, mandating that the United States complete its withdrawal by September 11, 2021, the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The Afghan national army crumbled as the retreat progressed, and the Taliban took control of the country. On August 15, Kabul fell, trapping thousands of foreigners in the capital.

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