As WASHINGTON and London struggle to resolve political crises, Anne Applebaum argues that the blame lays with the nations' conservative cousins. In the capital cities of the two great anglophone powers, public business has ground...

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Anne: Anne, alternatively spelled Ann is a form of the Latin female given name Anna. This in turn is a representation of the Hebrew Hannah or Hanani, meaning 'He has favoured me', the name of the mother of the prophet Samuel. Anne is a common name in France.