METHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPING A SECURITY ENVIRONMENT

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Oleh Borovyk
Dmytro Kupriienko
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4086-1310
Artem Bratko
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5503-3318
Anatolii Mysyk
Oleksandr Andrushko
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5026-1653
Serhii Burbela
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7127-9975

Abstract

The research conducted in this article is a substantiation of the method for strategic management of the development of the Ukrainian border security environment. The essence of the method is to determine the phases for the current state and the projected period for particular sectors of the state border, depending on their inherent characteristics, further selecting the concept of border security on this basis, establishing the type of barriers and criteria for ensuring border security that are appropriate for use. Further application of the methodology involves conducting a SWOT analysis for particular sectors of the state border, which identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the internal environment, opportunities and threats inherent in the external environment, and the formation of possible strategies for ensuring border security in three variants of organizing activities (in the conditions of day-to-day activities, a complication of the situation and martial law). Based on the results of the analysis and the illustrative example, it can be concluded that the proposed method for strategic management of the development of Ukraine’s border security environment is one of the possible effective mechanisms in the activities of the subjects ensuring Ukraine’s border security. 

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Borovyk, Oleh, Dmytro Kupriienko, Artem Bratko, Anatolii Mysyk, Oleksandr Andrushko, and Serhii Burbela. 2023. “METHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPING A SECURITY ENVIRONMENT”. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs 9 (3):53-73. https://doi.org/10.47305/JLIA2393041b.
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Oleh Borovyk, Administration of the State Border Guards Services of Ukraine - Kyiv, Ukraine

Oleh Borovyk is a Professor and Doctor of Technical Sciences, distinguished as a leading researcher in the field. His extensive body of work includes numerous scientific publications, contributions to scientific and educational literature, and patents that reflect the diligent efforts of this accomplished scientist. Actively engaging on the international stage, Borovyk participates in conferences and seminars within the realm of technical sciences. Notably, he has dedicated over 20 years to the training of higher education specialists, showcasing a commitment to both research and education.

Dmytro Kupriienko, National Academy of the State Border Guards Services of Ukraine - Khmelnitkyi, Ukraine

Dmytro Kupriienko is a Professor at the National Academy of the State Border Service of Ukraine, holding a Doctor of Military Sciences degree. His exceptional contributions to scientific research and publications in the realm of state border security have significantly enhanced his expertise in his chosen field. Proficient in securing several competitive national grants, he serves as a consultant for diverse projects. Furthermore, he has authored over 100 articles published in competitive international journals, proceedings, books, and book chapters. In addition to his prolific research output, Professor Kupriienko has authored numerous textbooks and educational aids used in the training of cadets and trainees at the academy.

Artem Bratko, National Academy of the State Border Guards Services of Ukraine - Khmelnitkyi, Ukraine

Artem Bratko is a Professor at the National Academy of the State Border Service of Ukraine, having successfully defended his candidate's thesis at the same institution within the faculty of "Border Guard" under the program "Protection and Security of the State Border." A prolific researcher, he has contributed to numerous scientific articles and actively participated in various conferences and seminars. Professor Bratko's preferred research areas encompass national security, governance, international politics, and related fields.

Anatolii Mysyk, National Academy of the State Border Guards Services of Ukraine - Khmelnitkyi, Ukraine

Anatolii Mysyk is a Professor at the National Academy of the State Border Service of Ukraine and holds a Doctor of Military Sciences degree. As a prominent scientific figure in the field of military sciences, he possesses invaluable scientific experience that he imparts to the younger generation. Professor Mysyk has mentored and guided six students who successfully attained a Ph.D. degree. Additionally, he is the founder and active participant in numerous scientific conferences, seminars, and forums within the military sphere.

Oleksandr Andrushko, National Academy of the State Border Guards Services of Ukraine - Khmelnitkyi, Ukraine

Oleksandr Andrushko serves as the Deputy Head of the Faculty. Under his guidance, a program for training personnel of the State Border Service of Ukraine in contemporary conditions was developed and successfully implemented in educational and scientific activities. He translates invaluable practical experience into the scientific domain, specifically focusing on the security and protection of the state border and national interests. In recent years, the author's theoretical and practical efforts have been closely associated with scientific, academic, and research activities.

Serhii Burbela, National Academy of the State Border Guards Services of Ukraine - Khmelnitkyi, Ukraine

Serhii Burbela is an Associate Professor at the National Academy of the State Border Service of Ukraine. In 2020, he earned a Ph.D. degree in the security of the state border. One of his primary research areas focuses on the analysis of threats in military and political activities, with an emphasis on identifying new forms and methods to ensure national security. Dr. Burbela has authored over 20 scientific publications in the fields of National Security (Border Guarding Sphere) and management in military activity. His research is particularly dedicated to the examination of issues related to the protection of the state border at sea.