Criminology and Ontological Trends of the Russian- Ukrainian War in the Context of Globalization Processes: Human Rights Protection and Law Enforcement Concepts
War is inevitable and its consequences devastating. When war is persistent, becomes criminal, and affects society in many ways, like in the loss of human lives, violating the fundamental human right to life. This article examines related issues in the Russian-Ukrainian war from a criminological point of view in the context of the modern threats from the globalization processes and a total change (reconstruction) of the situation in the world. The objective of the law is to ensure that laws related to war should be enforced and respected by everyone engaged in it, be the military or other persons. Special attention is paid to law enforcement and human rights protection, as well as to the implementation of power-management relations based on professionalism and high moral foundations, based on the best traditions of the spirituality of the Ukrainian people. An interdisciplinary method of scientific research was applied to examine the relationship between military criminology and criminotheology and the need to involve clergymen, chaplains in raising morale and daily prayers for the personnel and the people in general. Hence, the character of the criminal (psychological portrait) can be significantly transformed by combining science and religion. It is extremely important to confront internal and external threats in the defense of national interests.
Sokurenko, Vitalii. “Criminology and Ontological Trends of the Russian-Ukrainian War in the Context of Globalization Processes: Human Rights Protection and Law Enforcement Concepts.” Novum Jus 17, no. 1 (2023): 187-204. https://doi.org/10.14718/NovumJus.2023.17.1.8