Development of civil-military relations in independent Ukraine
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This thesis describes the conditions that surrounded the creation of the new Ukrainian state and its major institutions, including the military. The thesis also evaluates the state of the Ukrainian military and civil-military relations during their development from 1991 and presents propositions to improve such relations. The conclusion states that the level of development of the Ukrainian Military, as well as the state of civil-military relations in the country, is far from perfect. However, conditions can be improvedUkraine has a good chance to maintain the quality of its civil-military relations similar to this maintained by developed democracies.
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