The Journal accepts for consideration manuscripts ranging from 25,000 to 35,000 characters with spaces. They should represent the results of independent and original scientific research corresponding with the Journal’s aims and scope. They should reflect the author’s knowledge of the bibliographic context on the analyzed problems and the ability to adequately apply the conventional methodology of setting up and solving scientific problems.
Submitted manuscripts are registered and routed into the editorial cycle, provided that it corresponds to the Journal’s aims and scope, as well as to the Guidelines for Manuscripts.
If the Journal accepted a manuscript for consideration, this gives no guarantee that it will be published. All materials are anonymously reviewed by external experts.
Manuscripts must be sent to email firstname.lastname@example.org. The date of arrival of the manuscript to this email address is fixed as the date of the manuscript’s to the Editor’s Board.
The number of scientific articles per issue should not be less than 6.
The journal allow for ORCID iDs to be present in article metadata.
Guidelines for Manuscripts
1. Format and volume
Texts for publication must be submitted in .doc format.
If there are illustrations (.jpg or .png extensions are accepted), they should be numbered and attached as files separately from the text. The name of the illustration and the file name must be indicated in the text.
The recommended volume of the article is 25,000 to 35,000 characters with spaces.
2. Title and main text of the article
Title page of the submitted manuscript should contain the following sections in both Russian and English:
- Title of the article.
- Abstract (no less than 800 characters). It should contain the purpose of the study, the summary of the article, and its main conclusions. The abstract serves as an independent analytical text providing an adequate conception of the conducted research without any need to address to the main text.
- Keywords or phrases (6-8).
- Information about the author(s) (full name and surname, academic degree, academic title, position, address, and place of employment, ORCID, contact email).
Example: Ostrovskii Andrei V., Doctor of Sciences (Economics), Professor, Deputy Director for Scientific Work, Head of the Center for Socio-Economic Research of China, Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (address: 32, Nakhimovsky Av., Moscow, 117997, Russia). ORCID: 0000-0001-9248-4222; E-mail: email@example.com
- Conflict of interests.
Example: The author declares the absence of the conflict of interests.
- Acknowledgements. The authors, if necessary, indicate that the article was prepared with the financial support of an organization or within the framework of a grant.
Example: This research was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (grant number ХХ-ХХ-ХХХХХ).
References to comments in the text are made in the form of superscript Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3, etc.), and the comments themselves are in the form of page–by-page footnotes.
Also, in the form of page-by-page footnotes, it is necessary to formalize links to informational, official, archival and other sources, including Internet resources that are not scientific publications. All scientific publications are issued in the bibliography (references).
3 Japanese economy marks third consecutive quarter of growth // NHK World. Aug. 15, 2022 3:34. URL: https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20220815_09/ (accessed: 22 Aug, 2022).
4 Japan to keep interest in Russia’s Sakhalin 2 gas project // Kyodo News. Aug 20, 2022 03:32. URL: https://english.kyodonews.net/news/2022/08/3028766a788a-japanese-utilities-consider-renewing-deal-with-new-sakhalin-operator.html (accessed: 22 Aug, 2022).
Bibliography in Cyrillic should be in the format established by the Russian Index of Science Citation (RISC).
Scientific literature, analytical reports, and articles in scientific editions should be cited in the manuscript’s body using an abbreviated form containing the authors’ surnames, year of publication, and pages. In case of no author indication, the title of the edition should be given instead. References should refer to the corresponding item in the list of references, which contains a complete bibliographic description of the source.
Examples: [Iwata], [Iwata 2021], [Iwata 2021, p. 12], [Iwata 2021, pp. 12–25].
All other sources should be cited with in-page footnotes.
6. List of references
List of references in Russian and English should be composed alphabetically. They include academic literature, analytical reports and article in academic periodic journals.
References in Russian should contain authors’ first and last names, year of publication, title of the book, place of publication, publishing house.
References to articles published in academic journals should contain authors’ first and last names, year of publication, title of the article, volume and number, page numbers; for Internet publications – URL and date of access. DOIs should be given in the end of the bibliographic reference.
References in English (APA Style) should contain the author’s surname and initials, year of publication, title of the work, place of publication, publisher. Title of a book should be given in italics.
Articles in scientific journals, collections, or works published in continuing series should contain the author’s surname and initials, year of publication, title of the article, title of the journal or series, volume and number for journals / place of publication and name of the publisher, number of pages or page numbers, electronic address, and access date (if any). Title of the journal, collection or series should be given in italic.
All information on Russian works should be transliterated into English in correspondence with the BGN/PCGN transliteration rules (you can use automatic transliteration https://www.translitteration.com/transliteration/en/russian/bgn-pcgn/). The place of publication should be given in full. The title of a book, report, or article should be transliterated and translated (translation should be given in square brackets).
Submission, reviewing, editing and publication of articles are free of charge.