I know this isn't the "Strategic Rocket Forces Blog" but I like nuclear missiles too.
Gist: In connection with American plans to place elements of its anti-missile defense system in Europe, Russia has decided to keep a division of the Strategic Rocket Forces on duty in Kozel'sk, Kaluga Oblast'. Part of the division is equipped with the the RS-18 intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-19 Stiletto) with a range of 10,000km. Earlier it was planned to remove three regiments from service and then deactivate the division by 2010. Dismantlement of a regiment began in September under the direction of the Ministry of Defense.
Gist: As Dmitriy Medvedyev announced, Navy will provide radio-electronic jamming of the new American anti-missile sites from Kaliningrad in support of Russian national security. Also the Iskander (SS-26) missile will be stationed in Kaliningrad. It is a new generation system superior to all previously contructed missiles of its type. It is a deterrance weapon designed for precision strikes against high value land targets. Beside the system itself, there will be a communications center and a command center as well. The Iskander incorporates stealth technology, making it virtually invisible to radars. It is also guided and manueverable along all points of its trajectory. It can destroy even mobile targets in all weather conditions with a CEP of 2 meters (sic). There isn't any other mobile tactical missile system like it in the world.