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Britain Slumps

Word now comes that Great Britain has slipped back into recession after several years of David Cameron’s austerity experiment. It seems, yet again, that John...

William and Kate: Scenes From a Fairy Tale

On Nov. 16, 2010, just minutes after the announcement that Prince William would marry his longtime girlfriend Kate Middleton, British Prime Minister David...

How Did Other Countries "Lose" in Libya?

In TIME's international editions, Jorge Castañeda, a former Mexican Foreign Minister, rates the “winners and losers” of the Libyan imbroglio, praising Western...

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E.U. Unites Against Gaddafi, But Not on What's Next

European leaders have struggled to find a collective voice since the uprisings began in North Africa two months ago, but at a Brussels summit on Friday they...

Brazil’s Rousseff Goes to Washington

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is expected for her first official visit to Washington on Monday. Though the visit won’t include a basketball game, 19-gun...

Cameron's E.U. Austerity Drive: Mixed Results

Ever since he became Britain's Prime Minister in May, David Cameron has been repeating a mantra about cutting costs across the board. These forbidding times, he...

Tabloid Bites Man

The tabloid saga gripping Britain -- a tangled tale of criminality and corruption, of politicians in thrall to the power of the press and of police in the...

Cameron Emerges as PM from U.K. Election Muddle

After five days of uncertainty and speculation, Britons on Tuesday finally got their new Prime Minister, David Cameron, and their new government, an unlikely...

Britain's Hot New Bromance: Cameron and Clegg

As the couple stepped out through the French windows and past trailing wisteria to the sun-flecked lawn where their guests awaited on gilded chairs, someone said...

David Cameron: Here Comes the Junior Partner

Britons — disinclined to trust their politicians farther than they can throw them — are beginning to realize that their new Prime Minister is a man of his word...