The Editor is responsible for deciding which articles submitted to The Review of International Affairs will be published. Decision is guided by the Editorial Policy and constrained by legal requirements in force regarding libel, copyright infringement and plagiarism.
The Editor reserves the right to decide not to publish submitted manuscripts in case they do not meet relevant standards concerning the content and formal aspects prescribed by the Editorial Policy. The Editorial Staff will inform the authors whether the manuscript is accepted for publication within a reasonable period from the date of the manuscript submission.
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