It looks like the Anglican Communion is over. But maybe it is too early to call...so let us wait.
Right now the Anglican Communion (theoretically) is not a confederation, but a true communion of national/regional churches. Over the years I have ministered with and been ministered to, among others, The Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East, The Episcopal Church of the USA, The Episcopal Church of Scotland, the Church of England, and others. These are the regional churches, we call them provinces. The head of each province is called a primate. There are 37 or so of these provinces around the world (and they cover most of the globe), and these form the Communion.
Previously, a priest of one province was a priest of all the other ones. In other words, they shared their sacraments and holy orders, which is important.
But now it looks like the titular and historic head of the Communion, the archbishop of Canterbury, will call for this communion to became a mere confederation or something like that. Who knows...It is sad news for me because this communion is the only truly global communion of the Protestant tradition.
Anyway, if you are interested, read more here:
Archbishop calls for Primate Gathering