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  • proper n. The collection of anglophone countries. (Sometimes restricted to those which also share English cultural values such as democracy.)


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Anglo- +‎ sphere


  • Above all, the Anglosphere is a project in development and depends largely on ideas.

    Forward the Anglosphere?

  • This matters, because the Anglosphere is a cultural unity and the War Against Christmas rages just as fiercely throughout it (completely discrediting the argument that it’s something to do with America’s much-touted separation of church and state).

    War Against Christmas 2008: Two Early Victories!

  • The Anglosphere is the most free part of the world. just Louise

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The print edition sports the title, "The Anglosphere could be the making of Britain if we dare", while the online version heads up with the question, "A British-led Anglosphere in world politics?"

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • On that basis, the print edition heading of O'Sullivan's article may be close to the truth: "The Anglosphere could be the making of Britain if we dare".

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • He is also a key proponent of the theory of the Anglosphere, which is gaining ground, not least in Washington: within neoconservatism, particular attention must be paid to the total Americanisation of Britain, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

    Andrew Roberts: 'Name Dropper-in-Chief'!

  • "Progressive" in most parts of the Anglosphere is a polite way of saying socialist.

    We Are All Progressive Conservatives Now

  • And in my paper copy of the Telegraph the article is headed "The Anglosphere could be the making of Britain, if we dare".

    A British Led Anglosphere ?

  • Despite the supposed "Neo-Confucian collapse", the East Asian region is still growing much faster than the "Anglosphere".

    Anglosphere Challenge, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • If it's a call for sf written outside the 'Anglosphere' to be published and read in the conservative US market and SF, moreso than fantasy, is a conservative genre, it's kak-handed in the extreme.

    ianmcdonald: Spingate


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