Medvedev Hits Out at 'Selfish' U.S.

The Russian President blames the world financial crisis on America's economic blunders, and reveals plans to put missiles in Kaliningrad

The world may have woken up to the election of a new president in the United States, but global political tensions haven't gone away. One of the many foreign policy issues President-elect Barack Obama will soon have to face is the increasingly frosty relationship with Russia. And if Wednesday marked the dawn of a new era in Washington, the tone coming from Moscow was decidedly reminiscent of the Cold War.

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