Civil-Military Relations

  • Baev, Pavel and Bukkvol T., ‘Ukraine’s Army under Civilian Rule’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.8, no.1 (January 1996).
  • Beck, Adrian, ‘Reflections on Policing in Post-Soviet Ukraine: A Case Study of Continuity’, The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, no.2, 2005.
  • Chandler, A., ‘Statebuilding and Political Priorities in Post-Soviet Ukraine: The Role of the Military’, Armed Forces and Society, vol.23 no.2 (Summer 1996), pp.573-597.
  • Closson, Stacy, R., 'Civil-Military Relations in a Sovereign Ukraine: Contributing or Detracting from the Security of a New Nation?', in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp.113-130.
  • Fesiak, Andrew, ‘Civil-Military Relations in Ukraine: Nation Building and the Military’ in Kuzio, T., and D'Anieri, P., eds., Dilemmas of State-Led Nation Building in Ukraine (Wetport, CT: Praeger, 2002).
  • Foye, S., ‘Civil-Military Tension in Ukraine’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.25 (18 June 1993).
  • Grytsenko, Anatoliy S., Civil-Military Relations in Ukraine: A System Emerging From Chaos, Harmonie Paper 1 (Groningen: Centre for European Security Studies, December 1997).
  • Hagen, Mark von, ‘The Legacy of the Soviet Army for Ukraine’s Armed Forces’ in The Military Tradition in Ukrainian History. Its Role in the Construction of Ukraine’s Armed Forces (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1995), pp.39-57.
  • Harasymiw, Bohdan, ‘Policing, democratization and political leadership in postcommunist Ukraine’, Canadian Journal of Political Science, vol.36, no.2 (June 2003), pp. 319-340.
  • Jaworsky, John, ‘Civil-Military Relations in Russia and Ukraine’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.113-116.
  • Kohut, Z., ‘Making the Ukrainian Armed Forces Ukrainian: The Role of National (Non-Soviet) Military Traditions’ in The Military Tradition in Ukrainian History. Its Role in the Construction of Ukraine’s Armed Forces (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1995), pp.1-21.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Civil-Military Relations in Ukraine, 1989-1991’, Armed Forces and Society, vol.22, no.1 (Fall 1995), pp.25-49.
  • Kuzio, T.,,’Ukrainian Civil-Military Relations and the Military Impact of the Ukrainian Economic Crisis’ in Parrott, Bruce ed., State Building and Military Power in Russia and the New States of Eurasia (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1995), pp.157-192.
  • Mychajlyszyn, Natalie, 'Civil-Military Relations in Post-Soviet Ukraine: Implications for Domestic and Regional Stability', Armed Forces and Society, vol.28, no.3 (Spring 2002), pp.455-479.
  • Sherr J., 'Civil-Democratic Control of Ukraine's Armed Forces: To What End? By What Means?', Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.17, no.1 (March 2001), pp.65-77.
  • Sherr, J., 'Security, Democracy, and 'Civil Democratic Control' of Armed Forces in Ukraine', in Moroney, Jennifer D.P., Kuzio, Taras and Molchanov, Mikhail, eds., Ukrainian Foreign and Security Policy. Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002), pp.91-112.
  • Spence, Richard B., ‘Democratization, Militarism and Paramilitarism in Post-Soviet Ukraine’ in Danopoulos, Constantine P. and Zirker, Daniel eds., The Military and Society in the Former Eastern Bloc (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1999), pp.137-156.

Military Industrial Complex and Arms Exports

  • Foss, Christopher F., ‘Ukrainian T-84 Joins Tank Export Push’, Jane’s Defence Weekly, 29 January 1994.
  • Grytsenko, Anatoliy, 'Ukraine's Defense Sector in Transition: Impacts on Foreign and Security Policy' in Spillmann, Kurt R., Wenger, Andreas and Muller, Derek, (eds.)., Between Russia and Europe. Foreign and Security Policy of Independent Ukraine, Contemporary History and Security Policy 2, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research, Zurich (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999), pp. 95-122.
  • Hummel, Christopher K. , ‘Ukrainian Arms Makers Are Left on Their Own’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.32 (14 August 1992).
  • Jones, Scott A., Whither Ukraine? Weapons, State Building and International Cooperation (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002).
  • Kogan, Eugene, The Ukrainian Military Industrial Complex (MIC). Reliance on and Independence from the Russian MIC, SI Serie R:4, 2000 (Stockholm: Strategiska Institutionen, 2000).
  • Markus, U, ‘An Ailing Military-Industrial Complex’, Transition, vol.2, no.4 (23 February 1996).
  • Marx, Stefa, ‘Ukrainian Tank Developments’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.7, no.8 (August 1995).
  • Rowen, Henry S. , et al, eds., Defense Conversion, Economic Reform and the Outlook for the Russian and Ukrainian Economies (New York: St.Martin’s Press, 1994).
  • Zaborsky, Victor, ‘Ukraine restructures arms export controls’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.11, no.11 (November 1999).

Black Sea Fleet

  • Clarke, Douglas L., ‘The Battle for the Black Sea Fleet’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.5 (31 January 1992).
  • Eberle, James Sir, ‘Russia and Ukraine - What to do with the Black Sea Fleet?’, The World Today, vol.48, nos.8-9 (August-September 1992).
  • Lepingwell, J.W.R., ‘The Black Sea Fleet Agreement: Progress or Empty Promises?’ RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.28 (9 July 1993).
  • Markus, U., ‘The Ukrainian Navy and the Black Sea Fleet’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.18 (6 May 1994).
  • Markus, U., ‘Black Sea Fleet Dispute Apparently Over’, Transition, vol.1, no.13 (28 July 1995).
  • Nahaylo, B., ‘The Massandra Summit: Questions and Implications’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.37 (17 September 1993).
  • Ryabchuk, M., ‘The Art of Compromise’, East European Reporter, vol.5, no.5 (September-October 1992).
  • Sherr, J., ‘Russia-Ukraine Rapprochement?: The Black Sea Fleet Accords’, Survival, vol.39, no.3 (Autumn 1997), pp.33-50.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukrainian-Russian Summit at Dagomys’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.30 (24 July 1992).

Armed Forces

  • Duncan, Andrew, ‘Ukraine’s forces find that change is good’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.9, no.4 (April 1997).
  • Foye, Stephen, ‘Kiev and Moscow Clash over Armed Forces’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.5 (31 January 1992).
  • Foye, S., ‘The Ukrainian Armed Forces: Prospects and Problem’s’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.26 (26 June 1992).
  • Izmalkov, Valerii, ‘Ukraine and Her Armed Forces: The Conditions and Process for Their Creation, Character, Structure and Military Doctrine’, European Security, vol.2, no.2 (Summer 1993), pp.279-319.
  • Jackson, Paul, ‘Ukraine Unveiled’, Air Force Monthly, March 1994, pp.16-23.
  • Jaworsky, J,, The Military-Strategic Significance of Recent Developments in Ukraine, Operational Research and Analysis, Directorate of Strategic Analysis, Project Report No.645 (Ottawa: Department of National Defence, August 1993).
  • Jaworsky, J., ‘Ukraine’s Armed Forces and Military Policy’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.221-222.
  • Jaworsky, ‘The Transition from a Soviet Military in Ukraine to a Ukrainian Military’ in The Military Tradition in Ukrainian History. Its Role in the Construction of Ukraine’s Armed Forces (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1995), pp.62-76.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine - A New Military Power?’ Jane's Intelligence Review, vol.4, no.2 (February 1992).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Nuclear Weapons and Military Policy in Independent Ukraine’, Harriman Institute Forum, vol.6, no.9 (May 1993).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukrainian Armed Forces in Crisis’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.7, no.7 (July 1995.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The organization of Ukraine’s forces’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.8, no.6 (June 1996).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Crisis and reform in Ukraine - Part 1’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.8, no.10 (October 1996).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Crisis and reform in Ukraine - Part 2’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.8, no.11 (November 1996).
  • Lombardi, Ben, ‘The Ukrainian Armed Forces: Defence Expenditure and Military Reform’, Journal of Slavic Military Studies, vol.13, no.3 (September 2001), pp.31-68.
  • Markus, U., ‘Ukraine Restructures Its Air Forces: New Role, New Problems’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.42 (22 October 1993).
  • Markus, U., ‘Recent Defence Developments in Ukraine’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.4 (28 January 1994).
  • Markus, U., ‘No Longer as Mighty’, Transition, vol.1, no.13 (28 July 1995).
  • Mihalisko, K., ‘Ukrainians Ponder Creation of a National Army’, RL 90/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.8 (22 February 1991).
  • Mihalisko, K., ‘Laying the Foundation for the Armed Forces of Ukraine’, RL 393/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.45 (8 November 1991).
  • Mihalisko, K., ‘Defence and Security Planning in Ukraine’, RL 417/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.49 (6 December 1991).
  • Morozov, Kostiantyn, ‘Current Ukrainian Military Policy and Issues in its Formulation’ in The Military Tradition in Ukrainian History. Its Role in the Construction of Ukraine’s Armed Forces (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1995), pp.25-38.
  • Oliynyk, Stephen D. Colonel, ‘Emerging Post-Soviet Armies: The Case of the Ukraine’, Military Review, vol.74, no.3 (March 1994), pp.5-18.
  • Olynyk, S.D., ‘Ukraine as a Military Power’ in Wolchik, S. L. and Zviglyanich, V., Ukraine. The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, Boulder: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2000), pp.69-94.
  • Parchomenko, Walter, ‘The State of Ukraine's Armed Forces and Military Reform’, Journal of Slavic Military Studies, vol.13, no.3 (September 2001), pp.63-86.
  • Sauerwein, Brigitte, ‘Rich in Arms, Poor in Tradition: The Ukrainian Armed Forces’, International Defense Review, vol.26, no.4 (1993), p.317.
  • Sherr, James, ‘A Fresh Start for Ukrainian Military Reform?’, Survival, vol.43, no.1 (Spring 2001), pp.107-126.
  • Strekal, O., The Ukrainian Army: Instrument for Defense or Domestic Challenge? INSS Occasional Paper No.2 (Colorada Springs, CO: US Air Force Academy, USAF Institute for National Security Studies, November 1994).
  • Woff Richard, The Armed Forces of the FORMER SOVIET UNION, vol. 2. The Transcaucasian States; Central Asia; The Western Border Lands and the Baltic States (London: Brasseys, 1997).
  • Zaloga, Steven, ‘Armed Forces in Ukraine’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.4, no.3 (March 1992).

Non-Military Security Forces

  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Non-Military Security Forces of Ukraine’, The Journal of Slavic Military Studies vol.13, no.4 (December 2000), pp.29-56.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Security Service of Ukraine - A Transformed Ukrainian KGB?’ Jane's Intelligence Review, vol.5, no.3 (March 1993).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Ukrainian National Guard’, Jane's Intelligence Review, vol.5, no.5 (May 1993).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine revamps its internal security formations’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.10, no.1 (January 1998).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Border Troops rise to Ukrainian Challenge’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.11, no.3 (March 1999).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Non-Military Security Forces of Ukraine’. The Journal of Slavic Military Studies, vol.13, no.4 (December 2000).
  • Strekal, O., ‘The New Secret Service’, Transition, vol.1, no.10 (23 June 1995).

Non-Military Security Forces II

  • Baker, John C., Non-Proliferation Incentives for Russia and Ukraine. Adelphi Paper 309 (London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1997).
  • Batiouk, Viktor, Ukraine’s Non-Nuclear Option, Research Paper No.14 (Geneva: United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, 1992).
  • Bertsch, Gary K. and Potter, William C. eds., Dangerous Weapons, Desperate States. Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine (London and New York: Routledge, 1999).
  • Bluth, C., ‘Nuclear Safety and Nuclear Ambitions in Ukraine - A Recipe for Catastrophe?’ CDS Bulletin of Arms Control, November 1993, pp.5-7.
  • DeWing, Martin J. , The Ukrainian Nuclear Arsenal: Problems of Command, Control, and Maintenance, Program for Nonproliferation Studies, Working Paper No.3 (Monterey, CA: Institute of International Studies, October 1993).
  • Garnett, S. W., ‘The Sources and Conduct of Ukrainian Nuclear Policy’ in Quester, George ed., The Nuclear Challenge in Russia and the New States of Eurasia (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1996), pp.125-151.
  • Kincade, William H. , ‘Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine: Hollow Threat, Wasting Asset’, Arms Control Today, July-August 1993.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘From Pariah to Partner. Ukraine and Nuclear Weapons’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.5, no.5 (May 1994).
  • Lepingwel, John W.R., ‘Ukraine, Russia and the Control of Nuclear Weapons’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.8 (19 February 1993).
  • Lepingwell, J.W.R., ‘Negotiations over Nuclear Weapons: The Past as Prologue?’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.4 (28 January 1994).
  • Lepingwell, J.W.R., ‘The Trilateral Agreement on Nuclear Weapons’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.4 (28 January 1994).
  • Lepingwell, J.W.R., ‘Ukraine, Russia and Nuclear Weapons: A Chronology’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.4 (28 January 1994).
  • Lepingwell, J.W.R., ‘Ukrainan Parliament Removes START-1 Conditions’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.8 (25 February 1994).
  • Mearsheimer, John J., ‘The Case for a Ukrainian Nuclear Deterrent’, Foreign Affairs, vol.72, no.3 (Summer 1993), pp.51-66.
  • Mihalka, Michael, ‘Ukraine: Salvaging Nuclear Arms Control’, Transition, vol.1, no.7 (12 May 1995).
  • Miller, S.E., ‘The Case Against a Ukrainian Nuclear Deterrent’, Foreign Affairs, vol.72, no.3 (Summer 1993), pp.67-80.
  • Nahaylo, B., ‘The Shaping of Ukrainian Attitudes toward Nuclear Arms’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.8 (19 February 1993).
  • Popadiuk, Roman, American-Ukrainian Nuclear Relations, Mcnair paper 55 (Washington DC: Institute for National Strategic Studies, October 2001).
  • Schadlow, Nadia, ‘The Denuclearization of Ukraine: Consolidating Ukrainian Security’, in Hajda, L.A., ed., Ukraine in the World. Studies in the International Relations and Security Structure of a Newly Independent State (Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 1998), pp.271-288.
  • Shevtsov, A., Yizhak, A., Gavrish, A., and Chumakov, A., Tactical Nuclear Weapons: A Perspective from Ukraine (Geneva: United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, 2001).
  • Tolstov, S., ‘Ukraine’s Nuclear Dilemma’, The World Today, vol.49, no.6 (June 1993), pp.103-105.