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2016 | 2(7) Obrona Terytorialna i jej rola we współczesnych systemach bezpieczeństwa | 289-298
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CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS AND TERRITORIAL DEFENCE ISSUES

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The paper comprises the study of the governmental control over Armed Forces in Ukraine. The principal aim of the present study is to enhance the level of understanding of CMR and to commence a debate and discussion on it among the concerned actors, including civil society, military, insurgents and pro-Russian militants of the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR), ATO soldiers and ordinary citizens of Ukraine. It explores stateof-the-art notions found in the literature and thoughts of prominent philosophers of CMR. Moreover, the authors intend to disclose the concept of CMR that bridge the gap and strengthen dialogue between the civil society institution(s)/individual(s) and military or armed forces institution(s);specify and delineate the powers and relationships between government, parliament, the defence and internal ministries and the armed forces. It reflects the existing civilian control measures of Armed Forces of Ukraine (UAF) and the legitimacy of the proRussian militants of the Donbas, guaranteed by the peace accord, agreements, and understandings including the Constitution 1996 and Minsk Protocol.
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