Historic documents of 2022 / Heather Kerrigan, editor.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE Reference : CQ Press, 2023.
  • ©2023
Description
xlviii, 793 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm

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Editor
Summary note
Presents primary documents relating to internationally important events of 2022.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • 505:0 Thematic Table of Contents
  • List of Documentary Sources
  • Preface
  • How to Use This Book Overview of 2022
  • JANUARY
  • Protests in Kazakhstan Prompt Military Response
  • Federal Government Works to Address Inflation and Gas Prices
  • Supreme Court Rules on Biden Administration Vaccine Mandates; US Reaches 1 Million COVID-19 Deaths
  • African Union and ECOWAS Respond to Coup in Burkin Faso; Attempted Coup in Guinea-Bissau
  • United States and United Nations Respond to North Korea Resumption of Missile Tests
  • Justice Breyer Announces Retirement; New Justice Confirmed
  • Ukrainian President and International Organizations and Leaders Condemn Russian Invasion of Ukraine.
  • FEBRUARY
  • IOC President Opens and Closes the Winter Olympics in Beijing, China
  • Sandy Hook Families Reach Settlement with Remington
  • Texas Approves Investigations Into Gender - Affirming Care; Florida Passes " Don't Say Gay" Bill
  • MARCH
  • State of the Union Address and Republican Response
  • Global Sanctions Target Russia; Countries Provide Aid to Ukraine
  • President Biden Signs Bill Making Lynching a Federal Hate Crime
  • APRIL
  • United Nations and United States Applaud Temporary Ceasefire in Yemen
  • Congress Passes the Postal Service Reform Act
  • NLRB Provides Information on Early 2022 Union Boom
  • Federal Government Enhances Gun Enforcement
  • MAY
  • Supreme Court Issues Ruling on Abortion
  • Biden Sends Troops Back to Somalia
  • Health and Human Services Utilizes Defense Production Act to Address Formula Shortage
  • Ukraine Applies For EU Membership; Finland and Sweden Seek to Join NATO
  • World Health Organization Declares Monkeypox a Global Health Emergency
  • JUNE
  • January 6 Committee Begins Public Hearings
  • Supreme Court Issues Trio of Immigration Rulings
  • Supreme Court Rules on Schools and Religion
  • Supreme Court Rules on New York's Concealed Carry Licenses
  • New President Inaugurated in the Philippines
  • Supreme Court Limits Environmental Protection Agency Regulatory Authority.
  • 505:0 JULY
  • Boris Johnson Announces Resignation; New Prime Ministers Chosen
  • NASA Releases Images From James Webb Space Telescope; Launches Artemis I
  • Sri Lankan President and PM Resign Amid Acute Fuel Shortage and Mass Protests
  • Italy and Sweden Elect Far-Right Governments
  • United Nations Releases Report on Human Rights Abuses in Afghanistan
  • President Biden Signs CHIPS Act
  • AUGUST
  • Nancy Pelosi and Members of Congress Visit Taiwan
  • FBI Searches President Trump's Home
  • SEPTEMBER
  • Prime Minister Comments on Queen Elizabeth II's Death; New King Proclaimed
  • World Meteorological Organization Issues Dire Climate Report
  • World Leaders Address Climate, Multilateralism, and War in Ukraine at General Assembly
  • United Nations and U.S. State Department React to Human Rights Abuses In Iran
  • United Nations Security Council Responds to Crisis in Haiti
  • Ukrainian and World Leaders Respond to Annexation in Ukraine
  • OCTOBER
  • National Institute on Aging and Congress Address Possible Alzheimer's Treatments
  • Ukrainian President Zelenskyy on Retaking Territory from Russia
  • Elon Musk Acquires Twitter; Members of Congress React to Acquisition
  • New York City Mayor Declares Migrant Crisis Emergency; Supreme Court Keeps Trump-Era Border Restrictions in Place
  • International Monetary Fund Releases Report on Global Economic Outlook
  • China's Xi Elected to a Third Term; Chinese COVID Restrictions Loosened
  • Brazill Holds a Presidential Election
  • NOVEMBER
  • President Biden and Education Secretary React to Student Debt Relief Court Ruling
  • President Biden and Senator McConnell Comment on Midterm Elections
  • COP27 Meeting Ends with Environmental Agreement
  • QATAR Hold World Cup Amid Concerns About Alleged Human Rights Abuses
  • DECEMBER
  • President Biden Signs Legislation to Avoid Rail Industry Strike
  • World Leaders React to Breakdown of Peruvian Government
  • Russia and United States Agree on Prisoner Swap
  • Trio of Recipients Accept the Nobel Peace Prize
  • President Biden Signs the Respect for Marriage Act
  • Congressional Leaders Respond to Release of Trump Tax Returns and Debate Presidential Tax Audit Act
  • January 6 Committee Releases Its Final Report
  • INDEX.
  • 505: Thematic Table of Contents
  • American Life
  • Business, the Economy, and Labor
  • Education
  • Energy, Environment, Science, Technology, and Transportation
  • Government and Politics
  • Health and Social Services
  • International Affairs, AFRICA
  • International Affairs, ASIA
  • International Affairs, EUROPE
  • International Affairs, LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
  • International Affairs, MIDDLE EAST
  • International Affairs, RUSSIA AND THE FORMER SOVIET REPUBLIC
  • International Affairs, GLOBAL ISSUES
  • National Security and Terrorism
  • Religion
  • Rights, Respnsibilites, and Justice.
ISBN
  • 9781071901595 ((hardcover))
  • 1071901591 ((hardcover))
OCLC
1407575274
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