Abstracting and IndexingРИНЦ
Referativny Zhurnal VINITI RAS
ArchivingCyberleninka (12 month OA embargo)
General Information and the Scope
Revised version, July 2018
National Interests: Priorities and Security is a peer-reviewed academic journal founded in 2005 in accordance with the classical subscription model. Since 2018, the journal has been offering authors different ways of publishing their research findings, including the Open Access model.
The journal publishes research and practice articles on the results of research covering the following:
The journal covers a wide scope of research of the issues of national interests and national security of Russia and regions in various spheres of economy, politics, science, and technology.
Why National Interests: Priorities and Security?
The journal provides authors with a choice of ways to publish their research results through both the classical subscription model and the Open Access one.
Article Selection Criteria
The main criteria to accept an article for publication in the National Interests: Priorities and Security journal are the article's high quality, originality, novelty, and research and practice significance of the submitted materials.
Articles are reviewed internally and/or externally. For more details please refer to Regulation on Reviewing. Considering Reviewers' feedback, the Chief Editor decides whether the material meets all the required criteria. Reviewers remain anonymous for Authors throughout the reviewing process, likewise articles they deal with are unnamed. Anonymous reports of Reviewers are sent to Authors, without being in the public domain. Articles undergo double blind peer reviewing.
Authors hold the copyright for their articles.
For more details, please refer to Copyright section.
National Interests: Priorities and Security articles are archived in CyberLeninka and Scientific Electronic Library (elibrary.ru). Furthermore, Authors may deposit the published articles in their universities' archives on their own after the embargo period is over.
Indexing in Databases
Articles of the National Interests: Priorities and Security journal are indexed in the Russian Scientific Citation Index, VINITI (Referativny Zhurnal), and Google Scholar.
Higher Attestation Commission (VAK) List
National Interests: Priorities and Security is on the list of Higher Attestation Commission (VAK) of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation recommending journals for Authors to publish their papers on the scientific content of their theses on Economics in pursuit of PhD and doctoral degree.
Each article submitted to National Interests: Priorities and Security undergoes plagiarism checks via the Antiplagiat system and/or other plagiarism checking software.
The Editorial takes all cases of plagiarism, self-plagiarism or any other scientific misconduct very seriously. Authors should be aware that all manuscripts are checked by using the plagiarism detection software Antiplagiat and other resources. Any incident will result in a correction request or even rejection or retraction of the article. The Editorial withholds the right to impose further penalties such as a ban of publication in National Interests: Priorities and Security for a two-year period.
National Interests: Priorities and Security®
Registration Certificate ПИ № ФС77-66220 of July 1, 2016 by the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media
Previous Registration Certificate ПИ № ФС 77-19503 of February 14, 2005 by the Federal Service for Monitoring Compliance with Cultural Heritage Protection Law
Founder and Publisher
Publishing house FINANCE and CREDIT
Office: Zelenyi prospekt 20, Moscow 111397 (postcode), Russian Federation
ISSN 2311-875X (Online)