Friday, July 31, 2009

U.S. Takes Steps To Boost Security Cooperation With Russia

From The Washington Post:

The United States is moving to deepen security cooperation with Russia as part of the Obama administration's effort to "reset" relations with Moscow, senior officials told Congress on Thursday.

This week, a team of military experts went to Moscow for the first round of discussions on an early warning center that would assess the threat of ballistic missiles, including any from Iran or North Korea, the officials said. U.S. and Russian officials are also planning to hold talks in October to lay the groundwork for extensive military programs next year.

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My Comment: Ignoring Vice President Biden's condescending remarks on Russia last week, this is the nitty-gritty work between the two countries. This Washington Post article gives a fair review of the U.S.-Russian relationship .... read it all.

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