Studying of organized crime is an important task not only for theoreticians but for practitioners as well. No less important is the development of effective measures for prevention of illegal activities of such groups. The peculiarity of the above mentioned organizations is that their activities usually inflict harm not only on individuals or legal entities but also threaten entire brunches of national economies and jeopardize the proper functioning or even the existence of the latter.
The article deals with the problems in the enforcement of the state, which is under the influence of European integration and globalization processes requires immediate upgrading, which would make it possible to create an effective modern system of law enforcement.
Lawmaking in the context of law-governed state ideas consists in that they give it systematic character and allow to consider it as any other element of legal political system and external correlations.
Scientific exploration is devoted to the problems of civil society development in Ukraine in the context of its interaction with the institution of the state. In the article theoretical, conceptual and practical aspek¬ty interaction of the State and civil society in Ukraine. Characteristic features of the system of government, which have a kind of discomfort for the full development of civil society.
The article investigates the features of formation of the populist philosophy of law and the philosophical and legal ideas in Ukraine. The article analyzes the development of philosophical thought in the context of European philosophical and legal culture and the roots of its own formation. The basic ideas of the relationship between the position of human rights with notions of power and state in philosophical and legal concepts Ukrainian populists, their views on natural law.
This article provides a comprehensive analysis of the concept of civil society as a political and legal phenomenon. The analysis of source material that characterizes the process of development of the views of civil society in Ukraine. The evolution of the concept of civil society in the works of Ukrainian thinkers, including S. Orzechowski–Roxolan, M. Kostomarov, М. Drahomanov, І. Franko et al. The peculiarities of the concept of civil society context. XIX – beg. XX century. in the works of prominent Ukrainian figures.
The article deals with the experience of creating strategic reserves (stockpiles) of oil,
petroleum products and natural gas as a key instrument in ensuring energy security in the
event of a supply crisis and a factor to remain economy functioning in Central European States –
Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary. All these states have common feature – they
are highly dependent on import of oil and gas, most of them have approximately 100 % import
dependency almost from one source – Russian Federation. As result, they are extremely
In the article the view on the institutional essence of the state in the context of the dialectic of its relationship with society in the main ideological and political directions of world political opinion – liberalism, conservatism, nationalism, and socialism is investigated.
System-structured, comparative and historical methods of research were used here.
Discusses the problems of war and peace in German classical philosophy, prominent representatives of which were I. Kant, G. Hegel, I. Fichte. These and other thinkers in their theoretical writings not only analyze philosophical problems of society, but paid considerable attention, politics, law, morality, and the nature of social effects of the war. They offered interesting ideas of peaceful coexistence of mankind. Philosophical, political, legal, social concepts of prominent German thinkers have not lost their social values and they are extremely important.
Philosophical maintenance of functioning of the legal state opens up in the state known theory of B. Kistyakovsky. The modern state of ukrainianstate known necessitates rethinking the foundations of theoretical and philosophical-legal state understanding as the real, objective phenomenon, that is in permanent development, exists not self on itself, but in close connection with the economic, political, spiritual terms of the society life, with human nature, its necessities.