«International relations and International law journal» editorial board adheres to the international standards for the ethics of scientific publications, developed by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), as well as recognizes valuable expertise of authoritative international journals.
In order to ensure high quality of scientific publications, to avoid malpractice (such as publishing of false information, falsification of data, plagiarism, etc.) and ensure public recognition of scientific advances, the editorial board and individuals involved in the publication process are obliged to respect and comply with the ethical values and standards of the international community, as well as take all reasonable measures to prevent the above-mentioned violations.
The editorial board in no way encourages unlawful conduct (plagiarism, manipulation, falsification) and will not tolerate such behavior. In the event that the editorial board learns of any misconduct or violation of the ethics concerning articles, published in the journal, editorial stuff must follow the recommendations of COPE (or its equivalent).