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Anglosphere

(ˈæŋɡləʊˌsfɪə)
n
(Sociology) a group of English-speaking countries that share common roots in British culture and history, usually the UK, the US, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada
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anglosphere

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Thereafter the Japanese seem to have regarded the hostility of the Anglosphere as unavoidable.
As the working class was growing in size worldwide, even though its jobs and employment prospects were shrinking in the Anglosphere, these elites behaved as if class were passe.
Though the lines were never cleanly drawn, a messy Eurozone long resisted the more repressed and analytical Anglosphere.
She doesn't do America, unlike many of the Brexit Tories who dream of creating an Anglosphere and bringing back to life their imagined 1980s dream Reagan-Thatcher axis.
Both Pound and Hughes also benefitted from translating poetry from other cultures, so they took themselves out of the local within the Anglosphere and across cultures, literatures and languages.
Transgovernmental Policy Networks in the Anglosphere," Public Administration 93(4): 973-991.
After all, India is very interested in its diaspora population, as well as being one of the largest contributors of students to many of the Anglosphere countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
And, as cohabitants in the Anglosphere, we are in Trump's cultural comfort zone.
His most recent publications are Foundation Myths and the Roots of Adventure Education in the Anglosphere and Outdoor Education, Safety and Risk in the Light of Serious Accidents, in the International Handbook of Outdoor Studies, edited by Barbara Humberstone, Heather Prince, and Karla Henderson: Routledge, 2015.
This original formulation, distinct from later uses in both Germany and the Anglosphere, was a creature of its time and place: a disunited Germany torn between the liberal impulses of the 1848 revolutions and the conservatism of its traditional ruling class, as personified by Otto von Bismarck.
Wayne Lee in Barbarians and Brothers also details the circulation of irregular military methods within the Anglosphere.
Another major contribution of Ghosh's book is to correct the arrogance of what he calls the Anglosphere seeing all science and technology as arising within the industrial West.