Abroad, the criminology of war is one of the most promising and relevant topics for scientific research. We believe that if we can talk about the criminology of war, then the criminology of peace should also be studied. Perhaps it is in the key of "war and peace" that certain aspects of criminotheology should be developed. In writing, an interdisciplinary method of research was used, due to which it was possible to highlight the most diverse aspects of the problem under study, namely, historical, psychological, economic, political, economic, and military sciences, which will give many useful results. At the same time, it should be noted that the military sphere is not the subject of special research by criminologists. Therefore, from the standpoint of the current Russian-Ukrainian war, such an initiative is extremely important. Raising the morale of the army through the writing of monographs and basic research is currently very important in terms of the historical past, studying foreign best experience, and modern warfare practices. Also, the scientometric cross-section will help to carry out a comprehensive analysis of knowledge in various fields of human knowledge in relation to the outlined area of research; secondly, in this way, it is possible to formulate the ideology, criminological and criminal law policy (doctrine) of the state in terms of building new meanings of these blocks of research, depending on the circumstances and factors of the need to criminalize and decriminalize socially illegal acts. The military sphere needs constant updating, which is now increasingly observed in scientific journals and news columns. The importance of practice in the life of each person is evidenced by the Japanese principle that "one cannot hold the position of Minister of Communications without being a postman and without passing through all levels of the power hierarchy". Perhaps we should see the war, just as Lina Kostenko often went to Chernobyl to be alone and write immortal poetry.
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