Ethics Statement

This statement is based on COPE’s Best Practice standards.

1. Ethical Guidelines for Journal Publication

The publication of a manuscript is very important to consider related to its ethics, this also refers to Mandala: The Journal of International Relations publishes the results of both theoretical and empirical studies from various author sources which can be accounted for. This is important for the development of knowledge to be implemented in developing the economy of a country. For this reason, in order for a knowledge network to be coherent and respected, it needs to be done in the Ethics Guidelines for Journal publications. This is a direct reflection of the quality of work of the authors and supporting institutions. After submitting the manuscript, a peer review will be conducted to support and realize the scientific method. It is then important to agree on the standards expected of ethical behavior for all parties involved in the act of publishing, namely: writers, journal editors, reviewers, publishers and the public.

The Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, UPN Veteran Jakarta, as the publisher of Mandala: The Journal of International Relations takes its guardianship over all the very serious publishing stages and we carry it out with ethics and other responsibilities. The Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of UPN "Veteran" Jakarta is committed to ensuring that broadcasting, reprinting or other commercial income does not have an impact or influence on editorial decisions.

2. Publication Decisions

Before publishing both Online and Print for Mandala: Journal of International Relations The Chief Editor in charge of publishing requests input from other editors as well as supporting advice from reviewers. Where, it is also based on a series of journal publications starting with submission of manuscripts, checking of editors, checking of reviewers, checking of layouts, checking of plagiarism and copyrights. This was under the supervision of the Chief Editor and other Editors with authority, so that a publication decision emerged for the manuscript on Mandala: Journal of International Relations

3. Non-Discrimination

In each Mandala publishing process: Journal of International Relations, the editors and reviewers evaluate the manuscript for the scientific content of the manuscript without relating to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author. This is done in order to hold the ethics of publishing Mandala: Journal of International Relations namely non-discrimination.

4. Confidentiality

The manuscript published in Mandala: Journal of International Relations is very much preserved, wherein the editors and reviewers are not permitted to disclose much information about a manuscript that has been submitted to anyone from the authors, reviewers, editorial team, and publishers, but only accordingly and naturally.

5. Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

Unpublished material disclosed in a manuscript submitted does not have to be used by many members of the editorial board and reviewers in his own research.