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Editorial Policy

Research & Publication Ethics

Regulations for Editing and Examining "Korea and Global Affairs"

Chapter 1 General Rules

Article 1 (Purpose) The purpose of this Regulation is to prescribe all matters concerning the compilation and operation of the academic journal "Korea and the International Society" published by the Korea Institute of Politics and Society.

Chapter 2 Editorial Board

Article 2 (Composition of the Editorial Committee) The composition of the editorial committee shall be comprised of the Editorial Chairperson, ten or more editorial members, and editorial secretaries in accordance with the bylaws of this operation under the articles of association of the Korea Institute of Politics and Society.


Article 3 (Qualification and appointment of editorial members) The editor-in-chief shall recommend about 10 editorial members and commission them as editorial members in consideration of various factors such as academic experience, major field, affiliated institutions, etc. When vacancies occur, editorial members shall be commissioned in the same manner.

Article 4 (Selection of the Editorial Chairperson) The director of this Research Institute shall concurrently serve as the editor-in-chief, and his/her term of office shall be the same as the director's term of office.

Article 5 (Executive Secretary of the Editorial Committee) An editorial secretary may be established to smoothly perform the affairs of the editorial committee.

Article 6 (the role of the editorial committee) The editorial committee shall be convened by the Editor-in-Chairperson, and the following matters shall be deliberated and determined:

  Recommendation by the judges for the beginning of the thesis
  Reexamination of the paper and final decision on whether to publish it or not
  Revision of regulations related to the examination of papers and the publication of academic journals

Article 7 (Resolution of the Editorial Committee) In principle, a resolution of the editorial committee shall be made with the participation of a majority of the editorial members and the approval of a majority of the participants.