Editorial and publishing ethics

The Editorial Board of China in World and Regional Politics. History and Modernityis guided by generally accepted in the international scientific community standards of editorial and publishing ethics, peer review and authorship of scientific publications, which are enshrined in the Declaration of the Association of scientific editors and publishers, and in recommendations of the Committee on the ethics of scientific publications (COPE).

The Editorial Board takes as a premise that authors and peer reviewers are familiar with the authors’ ethical principles and peer review ethical principles reflected in the above-mentioned Declaration and the recommendations of the Committee on the ethics of scientific publications.

By submitting a manuscript the author confirms that he/she possesses author’s rights for it, as well as agrees to comply with the Criteria of Authorship and Authors’ Ethical Principles.

The Edition agrees to take measures excluding conditions for any conflict of interests between the parties in the peer review process. Author or co-author of the reviewed work, the author’s colleague by the place of employment as well as scientific supervisor of scientific degree candidates cannot act as the reviewer.

The Editorial Board denounces all forms of publication malpractice, including plagiarism, duplicate submission, misappropriation of research results and fraud. In each of these cases manuscript is to be returned to the author and published material – retracted from the Edition.

The Edition confirms that it publishes materials exclusively free of charge. Any attempt made by the author or other interested party to offer a financial reward is unacceptable. The published articles may not represent the point of view of the Founder, Publisher and/or Editorial Board. The authors are responsible for the accuracy of the published data.