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Dmitri Medvedev

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Dmitri Medvedev

START of a New Beginning on Nonproliferation

Report 26 March 2010

This morning President Obama and Russian President Medvedev finalized the terms of a new treaty replacing the 1991 Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) that expired late last year.  They will meet in Prague on April 8 to sign the treaty.  The completion of the agreement, which is the largest arms control agreement nearly two decades, demonstrates clear and concrete action in both protecting American security and advancing our global nonproliferation goals while restoring America's international leadership and standing.

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Diplomacy

Obama's to-do list grows after overseas trip

News Washington Times 14 July 2009
Russia

Mr. Obama Goes to Moscow

News The Roots 6 July 2009
Russia

The Reset Button is Pushed on Russia: What Next?

Report 6 March 2009
Today, Secretary Clinton presented Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov with – literally – a “reset button” for the US-Russia relationship.  Her gesture at their first meeting capped forty days of positive signals to Moscow on the need to forge a new relationship based around “mutual respect” and  the urgent need for cooperation on a range of issues including Iran, Afghanistan, nonproliferation, and European – Russian relations.
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Diplomacy

A Comprehensive Strategy for the Middle East

Report 5 March 2009
Fewer than 50 days into his Presidency, Barack Obama has begun to set a different framework for how America deals with the Middle East. There is no question that today America’s choices and flexibility in the region are far greater than they were only 50 days ago.
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