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Igor Janev
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Born (1964-09-29) September 29, 1964 (age 59)
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
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Igor Janev (Macedonian: Игор Jанев) is a Yugoslav and Macedonian diplomat and political scientist.[1]

Janev was born in Belgrade on September 29, 1964,[2] which was, at that time, part of Yugoslavia.

In 1994, he obtained both a Doctor of Juridical Science and a Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Law at Methodius University in Skopje,[citation needed] after which he spent time as a postdoctoral visiting researcher at Georgetown University, the University of Virginia, and Tufts University.[2] In 1995 and 1996, he was a Senior Research Associate at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.[citation needed]

Janev has published 116 scientific articles and more than 25 monographs in the scientific areas of international law and international relations.[2][3] He was a special counsel of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia from 2001 to 2002. In 2002, he was a special advisor to the president of the Republic of Macedonia.[4] Janev have published thousands of papers, comments and interviews in local Macedonian media.[5]

Janev was an international expert who proposed to the United Nations Senior Management Group (SMG[6]) a new model for co-ordination in the UN system of organizations, with the potential for elimination of the negative administrative and financial effects of the present mechanism of co-ordination in the UN system. His model is based on the idea of introducing a budgetary control mechanism into the United Nations inter-agency system by providing the UN General Assembly with a legal power to approve (not only consider) the regular (administrative) budgets of UN-related agencies, by amending article 17 (paragraph 3) of the United Nations Charter. This amendment would induce a stronger de facto and de jure binding power in all United Nations decisions relating to the program(s) and budget co-ordination within the UN system and thus create a more centralized and efficient system. Administrative agreements and arrangements governing relations between the United Nations and the UN-related organizations (Specialized Agencies and IAEA) in the UN system would also be amended in accordance with that revision.[7][8]


  1. "Igor Janev (Editor)". Nova Science Publishers. Retrieved 2024-01-12.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Igor Janev". ORCiD. Retrieved 2024-01-12.
  3. "Prof. dr. Igor Janev". Google Scholar. Retrieved 2024-01-12.
  4. "Igor Janev". ResearchGate. Retrieved 2024-01-12.
  5. See for instance [1]
  6. See Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations
  7. See about that UN model, for instance [2]
  8. See also Recommendation for Reforms of the Co-ordination in the UN System[3]

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