14 January 1922
Raymond Poincaré was confirmed as the new Prime Minister of France, following the resignation of Aristide Briand.
The text of the proposed Anglo-French Pact was published.
The date of the Genoa Conference on the Economic Recovery was confirmed as 8 March 1922.
There was some rioting on the arrival of the Prince of Wales in Madras (now known as Chennai).
British troops started the process of withdrawal from Ireland following the expected agreement and implementation of the Anglo-Irish Treaty.