October 30, 2011

ALL ALONG THE ANGLOSPHERE:

South Sudan Turns Toward British Heritage (JOSH KRON, 10/30/11, NY Times)

The new nation of South Sudan has expressed a desire to join the Commonwealth, a group composed mainly of former British colonies, and said that it would change the language used in schools from Arabic to English. The two actions further cement its pivot from the Arab world of northern Africa toward the largely Anglophone east. 

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