Trends in the development of defense capabilities of Ukraine and NATO member states: war experience

Keywords: capability, military-industrial complex, defense capability, technology, gross domestic product, weapons and military equipment

Abstract

Purpose: is to analyze the state of the existing military-industrial complex of Ukraine and partner countries, to study trends in defense spending by NATO member countries, to analyze the lessons of the Russian-Ukrainian war, and to formulate recommendations for developing the capabilities of the military-industrial complex of Ukraine and partners.

Method: analysis, systematic approach, generalization and grouping and comparison method.

Findings: based on the knowledge gained, the study formulated proposals for the development of the military-industrial complex of Ukraine and its partners.

Theoretical implications: the results of the study complement the existing theoretical research in the field of development of the military-industrial complex, and also take into account the practical experience of the russian-Ukrainian war.

Practical implications: the study analyzes the experience of the Russian-Ukrainian war and proposes practical steps for the development of the military-industrial complex.

Value: this study shows the inconsistency of the existing capabilities of the military-industrial complex of NATO member states with the challenges of the Russian-Ukrainian war and formulates practical recommendations based on the experience of the war.

Research limitations/Future research: the limitation of the study is the use of publicly available sources. Future research will be aimed at studying positive and negative experiences to determine the optimal Methodology for assessing the military-economic capabilities of foreign states for rearmament.

Papertype: theoretical and practical.

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Published
2023-12-31
How to Cite
Tkach, M., Hrytsyuk, Y., Tkachenko, V., & Kivliuk, O. (2023). Trends in the development of defense capabilities of Ukraine and NATO member states: war experience. Social Development and Security, 13(6), 104-118. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2023.13.6.10
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Social Sciences