General Journal of East Asia and International Law (JEAIL) has been semi-annually published since 2008 by the YIJUN Institute of International Law.
It aims to promote research and thinking of legal scholars and practitioners from both East Asia and another regions having its regional focus. As the unique globally recognized international law review
(SSCI/SCOPUS) focusing on East Asian regional affairs,
the Journal covers all aspects of public international law applicable to East Asia within its topical scope. In addition, significant developments relating to international law will be dealt with from an independent viewpoint of East Asia.
The Journal welcomes academic articles and reports containing insightful, provocative and creative ideas. All drafts will be peer-reviewed through the fair, independent and scientific process.
These positions are ensured by its Editorial and International Advisory Board drawn from outstanding lawyers from the countries in this region as well as from its global network.
The articles and other materials contained in the Journal reflect the views of their authors and do not necessarily coincide with those of either Editor-in-Chief, or the Editorial Board of the Journal.
We accept submissions on a rolling basis. Authors may submit their draft manuscripts all the year round.
The Board of Editors will only consider material which complies with the following:
Journal of East Asia and International Law
is committed to publishing cutting-edge, provocative, and thoughtful
works. The submission should be an original, unpublished and not
currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Long articles should not exceed 12,000 words, excluding footnotes.
The Journal recommends the authors to analyze a fundamental and creative issue for the long article.
A submission of less than 6,000 words may be considered for the Notes & Comments section, or students contribution.
We also welcome submissions of book reviews and new books in the international law field that publishers would like considered for review.
Please send manuscripts and books to the address undermentioned.
A short (100-150 words) abstract of the article should be supplied. We reserve the right to edit abstracts for length and style.
Authors should state their present academic or professional affiliation and indicate any professional or personal involvement in the subject matter of the article.
Each manuscript should be written in double-spaced/12 font in Microsoft Word format (.doc) or Rich Text format (.rtf).
Submissions in Word format should be Microsoft Office (2010 or 2013) for Windows and Microsoft Office for Mac 2004.
Authors should provide brief biographical data including current institutional affiliation, academic career and other contacting address/numbers.
Journal of East Asia & International Law shall prevent any unjust ethical conduct by the authors.
Plagiarism and creating non-existing data or research results are strictly prohibited.
In case of the violation, the publication shall be cancelled and any manuscripts of that author shall not be considered by the editorial board for possible publications for the next five years.
Further details will be provided at Detailed Regulations.
The Selection Process
Once a draft article is received, the chief editor will consult with the executive editor and the managing editor to decide if the draft is consistent
with the Journal’s policies and whether the article should be reviewed through preliminary examination.
If the draft is deemed reviewable, the chief editor in cooperation with editorial board members forms a paper selection committee.
The paper selection committee is composed of both inner-board members and outside expert(s) in order to review the article fairly and professionally.
The chief editor will contact the author and two reviewers in the course of reviewing the draft. If the reviewers recommend the publication of the article, it will be published in due course.
The chief editor fully respects the opinions of the reviewers.
The chief editor will only make a decision to publish or not publish when the reviewers are unable to come to a consensus.
The chief editor, if the draft is selected for publication, will make a Grant of License Agreement (GOL) with the author and will provide further information on the publication process.
Manuscript Editing Fee
Since January 2014, the Journal has asked professional manuscript editors or consultants for technical layout design, plagiarism screen, source inspection and citation index,
academic English proofreading, etc. not only because these works need enormous amount of time and professionalism,
but also because the Journal is willing to be fully independent from any governmental and corporate financial support which would irritate the academic fairness and integrity.
Thus, the author (except for those who are minorities and student contributor) may be required to pay some fee for such a non-academic process for publication.
The fee is not income of the Journal but cost for outside experts.