In “The International Landscape” the ‘elephant in the room’ of the low cycling nations is surely they’re all Anglophone, which doesn’t seem to be addressed. Rather, they’re in the ‘Anglosphere’ where it’s maybe easier for nations and their populations to see each other as similar or to influence each other, because of the common language, and therefore have similar attitudes (the free market, focus on individualism, etc.).
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