All articles submitted to International Aspect
are prescreened and checked against formal requirements. At this point, the article may either be returned to the author for improvement and refinement or rejected entirely due to inconsistency with the purposes of International Aspect,
plagiarism, low scientific value, etc.
After the prescreen, the article is reviewed according to the double-blind reviewing
policy adopted by International Aspect.
The editors refer the article to two experts in the respective fields of study. The reviewers evaluate the scientific quality of the article. Within a month, the experts review the article. The deadline may be extended by mutual agreement of the editors and the reviewer. For more detailed information on reviewing, please visit Regulations on Reviewing Articles
Based on the reviews, the editors decide whether to accept or to reject the article. The editors shall notify the author of their decision.
The final version of the article accepted for publication is then sent to the author who shall proof-read it again and give a reply within seven days.
If the author does not respond within seven days, the current version of the article is considered approved for publication.