Distrust, the Main Theme at the Moscow Missile Defense Conference

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The United States has ruled out reports that it might give up the idea of putting interceptor missiles in the European missile system in Poland considering Russia’s concerns that it poses threat to strategic stability. “There’s no indication that we might give up the interceptors in Poland. We’re not agreeing to any limitations on our systems,” Madelyn Creedon, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Global Strategic Affairs, said at a special briefing on Wednesday.

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