Anglosphere

From twistification to storm caves to slushburgers, the U.S. has quite the history of local language quirks.
Diversity in Travel Let’s be real, travel is a white-wash. I’m speaking as a hostel-dwelling backpacker and throughout my
By Annie Mark-Westfall The truth is, I have a past. I used to be the dirty kid. Moving to Germany has helped me finally move
Laura Apol, Michigan State University The American poet William Stafford was often asked by friends, readers, students and
By Annie Mark-Westfall In Germany, the question ‘How are you?’ is not the meaningless throwaway that it is in the U.S. I
"Welcoming refugees is not a political issue. It’s about people."
Desperate decisions on the road to refuge left a young Afghan mother disabled, bereaved and stranded. Her story illustrates
In 2014, the year that Constitutional Liberty turns 1000 years old, our task - of resisting an increasingly remote and control governmental power that has forgotten the tradition whose job it is to protect - is not very different from the Founders'.
On Christmas Day, 1991, five new countries were born. This year Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan turn 20. A lot has changed.