Robert Gates dropped a bombshell that the Obama Administration is scrapping plans to go forward with the defense shield in Poland and the Czech Republic. The decision marks the first real break between Barack Obama and George W. Bush when it comes to U.S. foreign policy. Placing ABMSs in Eastern Europe was one of the most controversial foreign policy decisions of the Bush-era, so why has Barack Obama decided to get rid of it? What is going on behind the scenes and why did he decide to do this now and not in the beginning of his presidency? RT's Dina Gusovsky speaks to investigative journalist and RT contributor Wayne Madsen.