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  • Russian President Dmitri Medvedev said in Moscow on Wednesday that his government wants strong guarantees on U.S. missile defenses and threatened a new arms race if Washington failed to give in to its demands.

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  • "In that case, we will have to develop our offensive nuclear potential; that would be a very bad scenario that would throw us back to the Cold War," Mr. Medvedev said.

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