Kostiantyn P. Morozov

Colonel General (ret.) Kostiantyn Petrovych Morozov was the first Minister of Defense of independent Ukraine. During 1994–1995 he was a senior research fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government and the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University. He now directs the Center for the Study of Ukrainian Statehood in Kyiv.

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Cover: The Military Tradition in Ukrainian History: Its Role in the Construction of Ukraine’s Armed ForcesThe Military Tradition in Ukrainian History: Its Role in the Construction of Ukraine’s Armed ForcesMorozov, Kostiantyn P.PAPERBACK11/05/1996$5.50Currently unavailable
Cover: Above and Beyond: From Soviet General to Ukrainian State BuilderAbove and Beyond: From Soviet General to Ukrainian State BuilderMorozov, Kostiantyn P.
Garnett, Sherman W.
HARDCOVER05/15/2001$31.50
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