Military-technical cooperation as a direction of military-industrial complex development: prospects of military-civil fusion

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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10552380

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weaponry and military equipment, technological innovations, arms production, military-technical cooperation, military-technical policy, military-industrial complex, national security

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Theoretical foundations of military-technical cooperation were examined, highlighting the role of bilateral exchange of military and civilian resources in the development of the military-industrial complex. It is concluded that despite the undeniable importance and prospects of military-civil fusion, its implementation process may be prolonged and complex.

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2023-12-30

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Alieksieienko, I. (2023). Military-technical cooperation as a direction of military-industrial complex development: prospects of military-civil fusion. Political Science and Security Studies Journal, 4(4), 41-46. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10552380

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