Video (2min 1sec): Russia to Deploy Missiles in Baltic. Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian president, has said that Moscow will station new missiles near the border with Poland following the United States' decision to deploy an anti-missile system in the country.
As the world welcomed an Obama win, President Dmitry Medvedev railed against the US, pointing the finger at Washington for the global financial crisis and the August war between Russia and Georgia.
Barack Obama inherits a diplomatic relationship in dire straits. US support for Georgia and President Saakashvili's leadership has infuriated Moscow. A war Russia believes has sped up the positioning of a US missile defense shield in eastern Europe.
Washington insists the shield is needed to counter the threat of rogue states. Russia says it's a danger to its national security. But now Moscow is ready to deploy its own missile defense system...
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