Congress is pressing the White House to increase missile defense cooperation with the Kremlin as President Clinton heads for Moscow early next week, and his first meeting with newly elected Russian President Vladimir V. Putin. The legislative report accompanying the House defense authorization bill adopted May 18 recommends the Administration press on with negotiations exploring joint American-Russian national missile defense (NMD) as one element of confidence-building measures, ``to assure ...

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