Patrick Savage

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patricksavageJunior Adjunct Fellow

Expertise: Russia and Eastern Europe, Military Operations, Military History, Grand Strategy, Intelligence, Energy Security

Pat Savage is a Master’s Student in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. His concentration is in U.S. National Security Policy, and his research focuses primarily on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and the former-Soviet Union. At SSP, he also contributes to the Georgetown Security Studies Review as a columnist. He recently spent six weeks in Ukraine, studying the Ukrainian language and Eastern European area studies. Prior to working at ASP and beginning his Master’s program, Pat served as Staff Assistant for Congresswoman Betty McCollum (MN04) in her Washington D.C. office. He is originally from Minnesota, holds a BA in Political Science and History from Hamline University in Saint Paul, and studied American Foreign Policy at American University through its Washington Semester Program.

Previous works:

Venezuela’s Arsenal: A Ticking Time Bomb
NATO Without Russia: A Grim Prognosis
A Crossroads for Kosovo

Recent Posts

Rolling the Dice with Russia in Syria

Posted on: April 11th, 2018

Two Chairs and One Bad Strategy: US Missteps in Serbia

Posted on: November 9th, 2017

4 Reasons Why Your Putin Theory is Wrong

Posted on: October 10th, 2017

As Russia Grows More Aggressive, Scandinavia Reasserts Itself

Posted on: September 27th, 2017

Under the Cover of Zapad, Putin and Lukashenko Drift Further Apart

Posted on: September 20th, 2017