НАУЧНЫЙ ПЕРИОДИЧЕСКИЙ ЭЛЕКТРОННЫЙ ЖУРНАЛ «ВЕСТНИК УЧЕНЫХ-МЕЖДУНАРОДНИКОВ»
Scientific and Analytical Journal “IR SCIENTISTS’ HERALD”
The scientific periodical electronic journalIR SCIENTISTS’ HERALD is published quarterly by Council of Young Scientists of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation .
The magazine is designed for professional researchers, analysts, practitioners in the field of international relations, world economy, international law, and a wide range of readers interested in Russian and foreign policy.
The purpose of the magazine is to publish scientific papers on the specialties:
08.00.00 Economic Sciences:
08.00.14 World economy;
23.00.00 Political Science:
23.00.02 Political institutions, processes and technologies; 23.00.04 Political problems of international relations, global and regional development.;
12.00.00 Legal sciences:
12.00.10 International law; European law.
Periodicity: published 4 times a year (quarterly) and distributed in the Russian Federation.
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Oleg Karpovich, Doctor of Sciences (Law, Political Sciences), Professor, Director of the Institute for Contemporary International Studies (ICIS) of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD
Alexander Shirinyants, Doctor of Sciences (Political Science), Professor, Head of the Department of the History of Social and Political Studies at the Faculty of Political Science at the Lomonosov Moscow State University
Alexander Suglobov, Honored Economist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Sciences (Economics), Professor
Anatoly Shutov, Doctor of Sciences (History), Professor, Honored Worker of Science of the Russian Federation, Advisor to the Rector of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Andrey Danelyan, Doctor of Sciences (Law), Professor, Vice-Rector, Head of the Department of International Law of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Andrey Manoylo, Doctor of Sciences (Political Science), Professor of Lomonosov Moscow State University. Member of the Scientific Council at the Security Council of the Russian Federation
Evgeniy Bazhanov, Doctor of Sciences (History), Professor, Honored Worker of Science of the Russian Federation.
Konstantin Feofanov, Doctor of Sciences (Political Science), Professor of the Department of International Relations of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Mark Neimark, Doctor of Sciences (History), Professor of the Department of Political Science and Political Philosophy of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Nikolay Shulepov, Honored Lawyer of Russia, Doctor of Sciences (Law), Professor, Member of the Scientific Advisory Council at the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation
Oleg Ivanov, Doctor of Sciences (Political Science), Professor, Vice-Rector for Research of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Petr Tolmachev, Doctor of Sciences (Economics), Professor, Head of the Department of World Economy of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Sergey Egorov, Doctor of Sciences (Law), Professor of the Department of International Law of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Tatyana Kashirina, Doctor of Sciences (History), Professor, Head of the Department of International Relations of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Tatyana Zakaurtseva, Doctor of Sciences (History), Professor, Dean of the Faculty of International Relations of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Tatyana Zvereva, Doctor of Sciences (Political Science), Head of the Postsoviet Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies and International Security of the Institute For Contemporary International Studies (ICIS) of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Vladimir Anikin, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Sciences (Economics), Chief Researcher of the Center for World Economy of the Institute for Contemporary International Studies (ICIS) of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Vladimir Gribanich, Doctor of Sciences (Economics), Professor of the Department of the World Economy of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Vladimir Shtol, Doctor of Sciences (Political Science), Editor-in-Chief of the Scientific and Analytical Journal «Observer»
Vladimir Vinokurov, Doctor of Sciences (History), Professor of the Department of Diplomacy and Consular Service of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
Yuri Truntsevsky, Doctor of Sciences (Law), Professor, Leading Researcher of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation
Oleg Karpovich, Doctor of Sciences (Law, Political Sciences), Professor
Editorial Board of the Journal
R.N. Shangaraev - Editor in Chief, Ph.D. (Economy)
Associate Professor of the Department of Public Administration in Foreign Policy of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia; Corresponding Member of the Academy of Military Sciences; Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences; Member of the Russian Association of International Law; Executive Secretary of the Council of Young Scientists of the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
O.A. Timakova - Deputy Editor in Chief, Ph.D. (Political Science)
I.O. Anisimov - Editor, Ph.D. (Law), Executive Secretary
V.B. Kozyulin - Scientific Editor, Ph.D. (Political Science)
L.N. Sidorova (Kulyabina) -Scientific Editor, Ph.D. (Political Science)
N.S. Belyakova - Editor, Ph.D. (Political Science)
A.A. Kashina - Editor, Ph.D. (Political Science)
E.E. Gulyaeva - Editor, Ph.D. (Law)
N.A. Faustova - Editor, Ph.D. (Philological Science)
D.O. Martynova – Editor, Ph.D. (Political Science)
The publication is registered by the Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Communications, Information Technologies and Mass Communications (Roskomnadzor), registration number of EL№FS 77 – 77083, November 20, 2019 (Old name: IR Young Scientists Herald EL No. FS 77-69319, April 6, 2017).
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The rules for submission of manuscripts for publication in the Academic periodic electronic journal “IR SCIENTISTS HERALD”In the journal is the author's original article (in Russian) in printed form (with date and signature of the author) and in electronic form containing the text in Word (version 1997-2003).All the text is typed in Times New Roman Cyr, font 14 pt, with single line spacing. The indents at the beginning of the paragraph —0.7 cm, paragraphs clearly marked. Field (in cm): left and top —2, right and bottom is 1.5. Numbering —"from the heart" from the first page. The volume of the article —no more than 15-16 thousand characters with spaces (including abstracts, keywords, notes, list of sources).The structure of the text:Information about author / authors:name, patronymic, surname, position, affiliation, academic title, academic degree, address (including zip code), phone numbers (work, home), the email address is placed before the title in the above sequence (right-aligned).The title of the articleThe abstract (lines 3-10) on the relevance and novelty of the topic, the main substantive aspects, is placed after the article title (in italics).Keywordson the content of the article (8-10 words), which are placed after the abstract.The main text of the article,preferably split into sub-sections (with headings).The initialsin the text are drawn through a non-breaking space name (by pressing the keys "Ctrl" + "Shift" + "space". Between the initials no spaces.Reduction type i.e., as and the like are drawn through a non-breaking space.In the text, use quotation marks "...", if there are internal and external quotation marks, the external act "Christmas tree", the internal "legs".The text uses a dash (-), obtained by simultaneously pressingthe keys "Ctrl" + "Alt" + "-", and the hyphen (-).Tables, charts, figures, and formulas in the text should be numbered; diagrams and tables should have captions placed above the diagram or table field, and each picture is a caption.List of references / sources used (if included in the list of electronic resources) shall be in accordance with accepted standards and shall be made at the end of the article. Sources are given in alphabetical order (Russian, other languages). Reference to the list in the maintext are given in square brackets [the number of the source in the list, the page]
Notes are numbered with Arabic numerals (using the menu buttons text editor "Superscript a" —x2). In the design of bibliographic sources, notes and references automatic "footnotes" text editor is not used. "Footnote" is given in the interlinear on the 1st page in case the instructions on the continuation of the article and/or the source of the publication.Captions are under the scheme: name/file number of illustrations notes thereto (what/who is where; for images of book covers and their contents bibliographic description; etc.). The file numbers in the list must match the names/numbers of the provided photographs.Materials in English —about the author/authors, title, abstract, keywords (in hard copy and in electronic form (second separate file on a email) containing the text in Word (version 1997-2003).Illustrative materials in electronic form (photo by the author, illustrations) —separate files in TIFF/JPG with resolution not less than 300 dpi.Not permitted to provide illustrations, imported into "Word" and also the copies thereof.All images by the author include captions (included in file with the author).Filled in the electronic form of the Contract of author's order (sent separately)Recommendation letter of the supervisor —required for the publication of articles by graduate students and applicants.The authors are responsible for the content of the articles and for the fact of their publication.The editors do not always share the views of the authors and is not responsible for the inaccuracy of published data.The editorial Board assumes no responsibility to the author and/or third parties and organizations for any possible damage caused by the publication.The editors have the right to withdraw the published article, if it turns out that in the process of publishing the article were violated someone's rights or generally accepted norms of scientific ethics.The fact of withdrawal, the editorial Board informs theauthor who submitted the article, the reviewer and the organization where the work was performed.Articles and other materials will not be returned.The articles prepared without taking into account the above Rules, it will not be accepted.These arrangements meet the requirements set by the letter of Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia 25.07.2014 No 793
Provision on peer review of papers submitted to «INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SCIENTISTS’ HERALD»All papers submitted for publication at the journal «INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SCIENTISTS’ HERALD»(further —Journal) should correspond to the profile of the Journal and are subject to internal peer review.An internal peer review is carried out by the Editorial Board members, Collegium Board, and invited reviewers -experts from Russia or other countries, who have professional knowledge or experience in the sphere that conforms with the one described in the article. Each article must be peer-reviewed by at least one expert. The decision to select a reviewer to review the article is made by the Editor-in-Chief, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, and Scientific Editors. A peer-reviewed article cannot be its author (co-author).The expert is to produce the review within 2-4 weeks, but it can be extended at the request of the reviewer. If the apparent conflict of interest may affect the manuscript's understanding and interpretation, each reviewer has the right not to accept the review.During the peer review, each reviewer fills out a specialized form that allows an impartial and objective assessment of the article according to a number of criteria. These criteria include relevance to the Journal's subject, relevance, and availability of previously unpublished material. The reviewer assesses the scientific novelty and significance, methodology, literature review, correspondence of the title to the article's content and language, and conclusions. Based on the results of considering the material, the reviewer gives recommendations on the future fate of the article (each decision of the reviewer is justified):• the article is recommended for publication in its current form (without revision);• the article is recommended for publication after correcting the deficiencies noted by the reviewer without additional reviewing; •the article needs revision and the subsequent additional round of reviewing;• the article cannot be published in the Journal even after revision.If the article's internal peer reviewcontains an indication of the need to correct it, then it is sent to the author for revision. If there are comments, the reviewer has the right to describe them in detail and give constructive suggestions for their correction. In some cases, if there are offensive statements about the author and personal attacks in the reviews, the editors reserve the right to moderate individual comments of the reviewer.The Journal sends the text of the reviews to the author. Suppose there are recommendations for revising the manuscript. In that case, the Journal suggests taking them into account when preparing a new version of the article or arguing (partially or entirely) to refute them. The article's revision should not take more than two months from the moment of sending an e-mail message to the authors about the need to make changes. The article modified by the author, if necessary, is re-sent for review. In this case, the date of return of the revised article is considered the editorial office's date of receipt.In case of disagreement with the reviewer's opinion, the author of the article has the right to provide a reasoned answer to the Journal. 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In this case, the authors are sent a corresponding notification about removing the article from review.If the author and reviewers have insoluble contradictions regarding the article, the Journal, in agreement with the editorial board and the editor-in-chief, can send the article for additional review. In conflict situations, the editor-in-chief's decision to publish an article is made at a meeting of the editorial board.The decision to refuse to publish the article is made at a meeting of theJournal in accordance with the recommendations of the reviewers. An article not recommended for publication by the decision of the editorial board is not accepted for reconsideration. The message about the refusal to publish and the article's withdrawal from consideration is sent to the author by e-mail. 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