Regarding the assessment of the potential military and economic capabilities of Ukraineʼs partner countries in the war against russia

Keywords: potential opportunities, military and economic capabilities, russian-ukrainian war, economic pressure

Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of the article is to determine the potential military and economic capabilities of the partner countries to support Ukraine in the war against russia, as well as the formation of prospects for further support of Ukraine in the resistance against Russian aggression.

Method: the main research methods are methods of: statistical analysis; comparison; formalization and evaluation; expert survey; abstraction and conjunctive analysis (thinking).

Findings: the main results of the article are: determination of various aspects of the economic and military capabilities of Ukraine's partner countries, as well as the role of international actors in this context; projected indicators of the potential support of Ukraine by partner countries in the Russian-Ukrainian war during 2023-2024 were formed; directions and characteristics of the potential opportunities of foreign countries to support Ukraine in the war against Russia and the main types of support for the military-industrial complex of foreign countries are determined.

Theoretical implications: consists in the formation of theoretical views regarding the assessment of the potential military and economic capabilities of foreign countries to support Ukraine in the war against russia.

Paper type: practical and methodical.

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Published
2023-10-31
How to Cite
Semenenko, O., Onofriichuk, A., Tolok, P., Onofriichuk, V., Hetman, A., & Piekhota, S. (2023). Regarding the assessment of the potential military and economic capabilities of Ukraineʼs partner countries in the war against russia. Social Development and Security, 13(5), 218-229. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2023.13.5.21
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Military Economic Analysis and Evaluation

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