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The difference is just in the type of license. English-US is for US customers and English-International is for the rest of the (English-speaking) world.
Are you from the United States? If so, how did you buy this product?
I think the only real difference between the US English and the International English is the higher price us none US customers have to pay for our software :(
I assume it detects the region from the serial number; I have the International English version of CS4 Design Premium but havent noticed any UK spelling in the menus etc. Although I think it did default to one of the European standards for colour management but you can still select the North American profile without any problem.
To add to the confusion, I think the difference is in the default dictionaries and the spellings in the interface, i.e. it presumes you want British-style spelling (as you have), and has nothing to do with licensing.
I have no clue how to change that election other than to re-install. If you can live with the funny spelling in the menus, you can set the default dictionary to US English in InDesign, and probably other apps.
With nothing open, click the text tool and set the control panel to character mode options. Change the language in the dictionary dropdown near the right end. This is also available from the character panel (which which is where you'd change it in Photoshop, it's in the prefs under Hyphenation in Illustrator -- and you may be able to reset the interface language in the Photoshop prefs, too).