Analysis and Proposals for the Development of the Ukrainian State and Nation through the Implementation of the Cossack Idea

DOI: 10.46493/2663-2675.31(6).2021.26-3


Oleksandr Chernysh , Cossack Guard of Ukraine


The relevance of the study is due to the need to analyse the development of the Ukrainian State and Nation by implementing the Cossack Idea and making appropriate proposals. Thus, the purpose of the scientific article is to identify the factors of development of the Ukrainian state, describe their aspects that have a negative impact on the formation of the Ukrainian state, analyse and make proposals to overcome these negative aspects, and reduce their impact on the development of the Ukrainian state. The study of the development of the Ukrainian State and Nation through the implementation of the Cossack Idea considered historical, political and ideological aspects. The principles of development of the Ukrainian State and Nation through the implementation of the Cossack Idea are analysed in the work using methods of synthesis, deduction, and induction. Based on the methods of comparison and classification, proposals for the development of the Ukrainian State and Nation have been implemented. At the same time, the article presents the results of the study, in particular, identifies factors influencing the development of the Ukrainian state, namely factors of culture, science, business economy. Key characteristics of national policy that currently negatively affect the formation of the Ukrainian state are described. Ways of modification of the specified negative characteristics and minimization of their impact on formation of the Ukrainian State by their levelling through cultural and economic development based on the Cossack Idea are proposed. The materials of the research are of practical value for teachers and students of historical, political science and economics faculties, activists of the Cossack movement and those interested in it

Keywords : ideological system of modern Ukraine, priority directions of development of the Ukrainian State, historical retrospective of the Cossack Idea, language law as a factor hindering the development of Ukrainian culture, expediency of development of private enterprises of “national importance”

Language of the article : ukrainian

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