Review of an article submitted to the conference

Approval status: Accept after acknowledging of remarks
Date Published: 10.10.2019 - 16:52
The article's title reflects the content and purpose of the article? 
Was the aim of the work clearly defined and successfully accomplished? 
Does the article embrace contemporary issues in the area? 
Does the article contain new and not published results? 
I do not know
Was the article clearly written and easily understood? 
Easily understood
Conclusions illustrate the research results, recommendations and giving suggestions for future research 
The references are full and grounded? 
How adequate was the writing and used terminology? 
Rather adequate
Remarks and suggestions to the authors of the article 

For me, as an Ukrainian citizen interested in politics, many basic statements in this paper look obvious. However, authors should not forget that the paper's audience is international (as the audience of any published research in most cases).

I recommend adding references to all questionable statements in all sections of the paper, e.g.: all statements in "Introduction" section, first paragraph of "Information impact on the electoral process in Ukraine in 2019" section and so on.

Another reason for this is the type of your study which does not provide own data, but analyses the work of others. The number of references to consider for a "survey" should be much more and diverse. At the moment all references are from Ukrainian sources. 

I would also ask you to lay the references out accoring to the required APA astyle -

I confirm that there is no conflict of interests regarding reviewed article. 
I have read this submission. I believe that I have an appropriate level of expertise to confirm that it is of an acceptable scientific standard, however I have significant reservations, as outlined above.