Rules for authors
The articles submitted for review and publication must be an original work. Articles which were published earlier or are under consideration in other journals would not be accepted for publication.
Articles are accepted in digital doc format, font – Times New Roman, size – 14, line spacing-1.5, paragraph indentation-1.25, without pagination, without automatic hyphenation; margin size: top-2, left-3, right-1.5, bottom-2; endnotes. The volume of the article is no more than 30-35 thousand characters, taking into account spaces between words.
General rules for the articles:
1. The title of the article in Russian (bold font, lowercase letters, centered alignment).
2. Full name of the article’s Author in Russian (italics font, right alignment).
3. Information about the author in Russian: academic degree and academic title (if any), position and place of work/study (affiliation) and address of the institution, ORCID / Scopus Author ID / Researcher ID (if any), contact e-mail. Information about each author is given from a new line.
4. Abstract in Russian (500-600 characters).
5. Keywords in Russian (no more than 8 words).
6. The author or authors of the article (subparagraphs 2 and 3) in English (bold font).
7. Information about the author / authors in English.
8. The title of the article in English (lowercase letters, bold font).
9. Abstract in English (500-600 characters).
10. Keywords in English.
11. The main text of the article.
12. Bibliography — all sources (including Internet links) cited and mentioned in the article.
The abstract does not allow general characteristics and formulations that do not reflect the content of the article and the main aspects of the study.
The texts of the abstract and the article itself should not repeat.
The text of the abstract written in English should not be a literal translation of the abstract in Russian.
The bibliography should be made as endnotes. All bibliographic links are made without cut of the name of the source, its authors, etc. The full name of the author/authors in the original language, the title must be indicated. For books – the city and the publisher, for journals – the name, year of publication, No. (if any), and the pages of the quotation must be defined. If the article has a DOI, then it is mandatory to specify. In Internet sources, it is mandatory to indicate the name of the material (if there is an author, then specify), indicate the affiliation of the site. For example: Samuels B. and Lane S. Biden's budget vacancy raises eyebrows. The Hill, 20.07.2021. Available at: https://thehill.com/policy/finance/563779-bidens-b... (accessed 20.07.2021).
Tables, diagrams and graphics making
If it is necessary for additions to the author's proofs, tables, diagrams and graphs are allowed for publication. They should be titled and numbered. A link to the source is required.
Year and years, century and centuries are written only in numbers; millions and billions, rubles, dollars and the names of other foreign currencies are written in full and without quotation marks.
Repeated names, surnames, and toponyms should be written the same way. At the first mention of a person, you must specify the full name, patronymic and surname, and then write the initials; also indicate his occupation and from which country he is (for example, American political scientist, Canadian writer, Mexican economist). If possible, then indicate the years of life, the years of governance (if it is the leader of the country).
When the names of certain well-known organizations, parties, associations, etc. are mentioned in the text for the first time, they should be given completely in English without any quotation marks with the abbreviation indicated in parentheses. For example: World Bank (WB), International Monetary Fund (IMF), Asia-Pacific Region (APR), etc.
The names of foreign organizations mentioned for the first time should be given in the original language with the abbreviation. For example: North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD.
The names of political parties, public organizations and movements mentioned for the first time are written in the original language with the abbreviation. For example: Daughters of the Republic of Texas, DRT; Montana Historical Society, MHS.
The companies and print media names are written in original language without quotation marks. For example: Apple, Google, The New York Post.
In the text of the article words such as liters, kilometers, meters, tons, percentages, kilograms, etc. are written in full form.
The given data, quotations and etc. should contain links to the sources.
The text with a volume of more than 15 thousand characters should contain subheadings. With a smaller volume, the subheadings are also acceptable if the content of the article requires it.