President Jovenel Moise of Haiti was assassinated on 7 July. It was the most recent in a series of crises that have shaken Haiti since the fall of the Duvalier autocracy in 1986.
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2021 in Review: Darkness Falls on Afghanistan
2021 in Review: Australia's Surprise New Security Arrangement
2021 in Review: German Election Results: What Comes After Angela Merkel?
2021 in Review: The Coup in Guinea: Causes and Consequences
2021 in Review: Coup Fatigue: Why Sudanese Civilians Want their Country Back
2021 in Review: El Salvador’s Bitcoin Experiment
2021 in Review: Reconsidering Australia’s Interests After Glasgow
2021 in Review: The Omnibus Has Changed Routes
2021 in Review: Always Immoral, Now Illegal: The Nuclear Ban Treaty Becomes Law
24 December 2021
The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons prohibits the development, production, possession, transfer, receipt, testing, hosting, use, and threat of use of nuclear weapons. Today it becomes law – the most significant multilateral development in nuclear arms control since the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty entered into force in 1970.