About the Journal

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The Journal is published by FOREIGN POLICY RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Focus and Scope

Russia in Global Affairs is an international platform that publishes the results of individual and collective research in political studies, foreign affairs and social and cultural as well as historical studies related to the international relations.

Russia in Global Affairs publishes article in English only, while receiving articles in English and Russian as well (Russian articles are translated into English by the Editorial Office).

Russia in Global Affairs aims to promote international political dialogue and foster better mutual understanding between scholars and policy-makers all over the world effectively facilitating track three diplomacy.

In addition to research articles, the journal accepts for publication interviews, as well as review articles and reviews of books and journals. Critical responses to articles published in the journal, as well as on significant Russian and foreign studies, are especially welcomed.

Publication Frequency

Quarterly

Publication Ethics

 Russia in Global Affairs is committed to following fair and professional practices in all aspects of its operation. The goal of the journal is to facilitate exchange of scientific knowledge across borders and across disciplines in political sciences and foreign relations; we aim to publish original research based on both empirical, rational and theoretical studies that is of interest and value to the international intellectual community. The editors of the journal adhere to codes of ethical conduct accepted by international academic publishers and expect similar from its authors and reviewers.

The following are basic rules and standards for the journal’s editors, authors, and reviewers.

Editors:

  • ensure fair, confidential, timely review process

  • make unbiased editorial decisions based strictly on academic merits of submitted materials regardless of commercial, ideological, or personal interests

  • pursue and publicize author and reviewer misconduct

  • are cognizant of potential conflicts of interest

Authors:

  • submit original work that has not been published by or submitted for publication to another print or electronic journal or book

  • do not engage in plagiarism or any inappropriate data fabrication and manipulation

  • guarantee their research was conducted in ethically and responsibly, without hazard to their subjects

  • appropriately acknowledge contribution of everyone who participated in production of research and its reporting

  • disclose relevant sources of funding and any conflicts of interest

  • clearly and fully describe their methodologies and, whenever possible, retain data and pertinent documentation so that their findings can be confirmed by others

Reviewers:

  • disclose any potential conflict of interest, including knowledge of manuscript’s authorship

  • promptly, confidentially, and objectively review article manuscripts

  • respect the proprietary rights of authors on their research (even if it remains unpublished)

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Publisher's column

A new world order: A view from Russia

Since around 2017–2018, the world has been living through a period of progressive erosion, or collapse, of international orders inherited from the past. With the election of Donald Trump and the rapid increase of US containment of Russia and China—which is both a consequence of this gradual erosion and also represents deep internal and international contradictions—this process entered its apogee.

Editor's column

Russia-Japan -- peace can wait

Putin has snubbed Abe as he boosts links with China amid growing US hostility to Beijing and Moscow.


Political Crisis in France: Locked by Elites

We entered a political crisis. The incidents of Saturday, November 1, the evolution of claims and slogans of the Yellow Vests prove it.

Crimea and Punishment

On 25 November, Russia seized 24 Ukrainian sailors in the Kerch Strait, which connects the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. It is the first open clash between the two countries since 2014.

Scaling Down Ambitions? G20 Agenda Evolves from Global Governance to Bilateral Consultations

The fate of the G20 is an example of how difficult it is in the modern world to establish any formalized forms of international or global governance. Despite the fact that problems are increasingly truly global in nature, their solution is becoming increasingly national. States do their due for their own citizens and, as a rule, do not take into account the interests of mankind as a whole.

Why We Must Prohibit Cyberattacks on Nuclear Systems: the Case for Pre-Emptive US–Russia Arms Control

Almost 35 years ago, US President Ronald Reagan settled down in the White House to watch the latest Hollywood blockbuster WarGames as part of his regular Sunday film night. The film, starring a young Matthew Broderick, depicted a teenage computer hacker accidentally breaking into top-secret Pentagon supercomputers that controlled US nuclear weapons.

Russia’s Response to Sanctions: How Western Sanctions Reshaped Political Economy in Russia

Since August 2017, legislation allowing the imposition of a range of new sanctions against Russia has been passed by US lawmakers. Although not all this legislation has thus far been implemented by the president, Donald Trump, the mere threat of more draconian economic sanctions from the US created considerable uncertainty in Russia.