Gaps in the Military Law of Ukraine: Analysis of International Experience and Recommendations for the Regulation of the Armed Forces of the Country
Oleh Semenenko1, Nataliia Snapkova2, Liudmyla Merzliuk3, Kateryna Shevchenko4 & Roman Shevchenko5
The purpose of the research is to analyse the current legislation of foreign countries in the field of crime prevention in the armed forces sector. The research uses method of logical analysis, formal-legal analysis, legal hermeneutics, dogmatic analysis, deduction, induction. In the course of the research, it was analysed the current military legislation of Ukraine and foreign experience in combating offences committed by military personnel. It was highlighted that depending on the legal approaches and military doctrines adopted in different countries, offences in this category are regulated by different approaches. The practical significance of the
results obtained is to provide recommendations that will help improve the efficiency
of the functioning of Ukraine’s military law, in particular, in the context of the fullscale aggression of the Russian Federation.
Keywords: National security, Full-scale invasion, Public interests, State system, Foreign legislation, Countering threats.