Aleksandr Sytin

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  • What has Russia achieved? Conclusions of five-year war
    Aleksandr Sytin
    What has Putin’s regime achieved by waging war against Ukraine and occupying some of its territories? It has lost for good an opportunity to use the human, industrial, intellectual…
  • Russia in the world: from G8 to "axis of evil"
    Aleksandr Sytin
    Russia's foreign policy approached the next peak of the crisis, and it seems that experts and journalists, who have been paid by the government for 10 years now, starting with Putin's…
  • Russia: how Cheka-coercive model of economy was built
    Aleksandr Sytin
    Russia is seeking to get to the top of the antiglobalist movement on a global scale. The most important element of this policy is anti-Americanism. Apart from geopolitics, there is…
  • How the world should react to Russia's terrorist-destructive efforts
    Aleksandr Sytin
      The struggle for bases and positions in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, which I talked about previously, gave "perfect results": millions of refugees escaping a civil…
  • Results and prospects of Russia's foreign policy
    Aleksandr Sytin
    On the eve of the New Year, it is a tradition to sum up the results and make forecasts for the future. Especially since public figures share detailed opinions on various international…
  • NATO's eastern flank
    Aleksandr Sytin
    It can be said that the European society made a significant step forward towards understanding the real threats and the need to deal with them. We mean the results of the July NATO…
  • Is a new geopolitical configuration in the Middle East possible?
    Aleksandr Sytin
    The Warsaw NATO summit marked the complete failure of Russian policy in the western direction. The worst outcome for Moscow would have been a decision to immediately include Georgia…
  • Nature of terror acts in Europe
    Aleksandr Sytin
    Currently, reaction to terror acts comes post factum and mostly concerns the mitigation of particular consequences. But this is not a way to change anything: there will be further…
  • Russia after Warsaw NATO summit - no changes expected
    Aleksandr Sytin
    Russia's general reaction to the Warsaw NATO summit can be described as silence, which of course is relative, however one may have expected the reaction in the Russian information…