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British Prime Minister Coming to D.C.

By Anne E. Kornblut

The special relationship lives on.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will visit President Obama on March 3, the White House said today -- another sign that the president, after his trip to Canada, is still at work buttressing traditional alliances.

"The United States and the United Kingdom share a special partnership, and the President looks forward to working closely with the Prime Minister to address common global challenges," the White House statement said. "The two leaders will discuss a range of issues, including the global financial crisis, the April economic summit in London, a comprehensive strategy in Afghanistan, and the upcoming 60th anniversary NATO summit in Strasbourg-Kehl."

By Patricia E. Gaston  |  February 21, 2009; 2:34 PM ET
 
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