Arkady Savitsky

Arkady Savitsky is a military analyst based in St Petersburg, Russia.

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December 4, 2018
Encouraged by US, Ukraine Prepares to Stage Military Provocation

There is a cause for concern and it’s real and very grave. Ukraine is being pushed to war. Kiev is not bluffing. Encouraged by its American tutors, it’s involved in dangerous games pursuing political purposes.

November 29, 2018
With Azov Sea Events Stealing Spotlight, US Gathers Huge Military Force in and Around Syria

While the world attention is riveted to the situation in the Azov Sea and the relationship between Russia and Ukraine, US forces are getting prepared for a large-scale military operation in Syria.

November 27, 2018
EU Leaders Endorse Brexit Deal: UK and Europe in for Big Changes

It’s extremely hard to make any precise predictions about what’s in store, but one thing is certain — the unity of the West has been dealt a severe blow.

November 24, 2018
UK Commits Extra Military Forces to Ukraine: Irresponsible Policy, Dangerous Repercussions

The only reason for the West to keep the failed Ukraine afloat is its obsequiousness and readiness to be converted into a springboard to threaten Russia with an aggression.

November 20, 2018
The Creation of an Asian OSCE Takes the Spotlight

Kazakhstan’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, proposed to create an Asian organization for security and cooperation. 

November 17, 2018
Italy Throws Down the Gauntlet to Challenge the Brussels Establishment

There will soon be other people at the helm who hold quite different views on the problems faced by the EU, as well as on the bloc’s future. Everything may change, including the relationship with Russia and the sanctions.

November 12, 2018
US Pressure Fails to Affect Russia’s Growing Arms Exports

The US-imposed sanctions have failed to reduce the demand for Russian weapons. China, India as well as many other countries refuse to bow.

November 9, 2018
US Midterm Election Results: Prospects for US-Russian Relations

Donald Trump could use his foreign-policy freedom to boost his popularity before the 2020 presidential race. Lowering the threat of war is one sure way to gain more voters’ support.

November 6, 2018
Attacking Russia: Another Provocation Launched by US-led Group of OSCE Members

The Moscow Mechanism is being invoked to divert attention from serious and pressing problems that are beyond what the OSCE or any other Western-dominated institution can manage.

November 3, 2018
US Infringing Copyright Laws to Produce and Advertise Russian Weapons

The US is blatantly violating Russian intellectual property rights. It could have done everything officially and bought a license, for instance, but it has not. This kind of behavior will inevitably tarnish the US reputation worldwide.