Decision on the Publication of Manuscript
After a manuscript has undergone double blind peer review, it is entirely the Chief Editor and Associate Editors' responsibility to decide which paper will be approved for publication.
The Chief Editor and Associate Editors' work will be based on the Editorial Board's principles and will adhere to all applicable laws involving plagiarism, copyright infringement, and libel.
The manuscript's blind reviewers cannot be influenced by the Chief Editor or Associate Editors in any way.
The manuscripts will be judged on their intellectual value, not the writers' race, gender, religion, nationality, or political interests.
The Chief Editor, Associate Editors or any editorial staffs are not supposed to disclose information regarding a submitted manuscript except the corresponding author, reviewers, other editorial advisers and publication manager.
Unpublished content in a submitted manuscript cannot be used in any way by anybody who has access to it (while processing it) without the author's express written consent.