Academic texts often include translations of terms, and these are included in parentheses. Is there a standard to use when including foreign language text (e.g. Arabic, Russian, Chinese, etc.)?
Let's say we include a term in Russian, perestroika or перестро́йка.
The essay might include the sentence:
"Mikhail Gorbachev initiated the political reforms of 'restructuring' or 'perestroika'".
However, I would like to include the original Russian word as well. How does one do this? What order should the words be in, i.e. the translation in English, the transliterated English, and the original word?
"Japanese singer Kyu Sakamoto (坂本 九 ) became famous in the West for the hit "I look up as I walk" or "上を向いて歩こう" (Ue o Muite Arukō)."
What is the correct style to use? What should the correct order be?