President Obama will head to Russia next week with arms control on the agenda. President Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev may agree on the outline of a deal to reduce the stocks of deployed nuclear warheads to below 1,700 on each side. For more we turn to Jonathan Marcus, the diplomatic correspondent for the BBC.
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