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Establishment of environmental responsibilities of humans and citizens: international standards

The article identifies and analyzes international standards for the formation of environmental responsibilities of man and citizen, in particular the preconditions and conditions for their formation, the main stages of their development and features of consolidation at the legislative level. It was found that the institution of environmental responsibilities as a holistic entity is characterized by unity of content, which is expressed in general provisions, legal principles or a set of legal concepts used, the unity of the legal regime of regulated social relations.

The role of international institutions in transitional justice processes

The article analyses the place and role of international institutions in the process of transitional justice. It is determined that the concept of transitional justice is a system of mechanisms and tools implemented in a country that is in a state of transition from armed conflict to post-conflict period or from totalitarian to democratic regime.

Reforms in the field of law, judicial proceedings and justice as a factor in the formation of a political association between Ukraine and the EU

Problem setting. The processes of globalization and international European integration in the modern world set a priority task for Ukraine to implement the provisions of the association agreement between Ukraine and the EU. The formation of a political association and a deep and comprehensive free trade area between Ukraine and the EU depends on the successful reform in the field of Law, judicial proceedings and Justice of Ukraine in the context of European integration.

The Role of the Customs System in Ensuring EU Competitiveness in Conditions of Sustainable Development

At the present stage, there is a problem of ensuring the sustainable development at all levels. The United Nations has declared 17 Global Goals that must be realized by subjects of mega-, macro-, meso- and microlevels, including customs authorities. In the context of European integration, an important task for Ukraine is to increase competitiveness following the example of successful European states. At the same time, the competitiveness of the country is a multifaceted and multidimensional concept that is influenced by numerous environmental factors.

Analysis of the competitiveness of the EU and its member countries

With the convergence of national markets of individual countries and the revival of globalization processes, international competition is growing not only among producers of goods and services, but also among regions and countries. There are a significant number of approaches to the analysis and improvement of countries’ competitiveness. Given Ukraine’s European integration pass, we consider the EU countries to be a key benchmark for its development.

Current state and prospects of ukrainian european integration

The article examines the current state and prospects of Ukrainian European integration from the point of view of approximation of Ukrainian legislation to the legislation of the European Union, making appropriate changes in the regulatory framework of Ukraine and their implementation. Particular emphasis is placed on determining the specifics of the approximation of Ukrainian legislation in various fields, the problems of defining these processes and the difficulties that arise during their implementation.

European Union's Initiatives in the Struggle against the Propaganda of Terrorism (Research Article)

In the article, the author analyzes the EU initiatives that prevent radicalization, reduce the impact of destructive content, and increase public awareness and the ability to distinguish objective information from fakes and disinformation. The author emphasizes that the EU’s struggle against radicalization, extremism and terrorism is based on four “pillars”:

PESCO, CARD, EDF: Strategy, Analysis, and Financing in the European Union Security Guarantee (Research Article)

In the article the authors analyze the institutional basis for strengthening the EU security and the implementation of specific projects designed to expand cooperation between the Member States in the defence and security sectors. The point at  issue  is about Permanent Structured Cooperation  (PESCO);  the Coordinated Annual Review on Defence  (CARD) and the European Defence Fund (EDF).

Principles of legal regulation of public procurementsin the European Union

This article discusses the principles of legal regulation of public procurement in theEuropean Union for adaptation into national legislation in terms of reforming publicadministration and development of the information society. Analyzes the principles oftransparency, proportionality, transparency, mutual recognition, fairness, objectivity, theminimum value of the position of the Court in the context of the EU principle of transparency128of public authorities in the EU member states and implementation of information andcommunication technologies.