I subscribe to the review-articles tag, whose description is this:
"Survey" or "review" articles are academic publications that organize and summarize the current state of research on a given topic in a novel way that integrates and adds understanding to work in the field. For questions related to the peer-review process, use the 'peer-review' tag instead.
Despite this explanation (which many people, especially new posters, apparently never get around to reading), maybe as many as 50% of the questions with that tag actually pertain to peer reviewing and have nothing to do with literature review articles.
Hence, I propose to rename the tag literature-review-articles, which I think should be more explicit in communicating the correct intention of the tag. In that case, I also propose deleting the review-articles tag; that is, not leaving it as a synonym, since that would perpetuate the confusion.
If this makes sense, then could someone with the right permissions please make the change?