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'''Igor Janev''' (Игор Јанев, born September 29, 1964) is a Scientific advisor at the Institute of Political Studies in Belgrade and a Macedonian [[diplomat]]
Igor Janev was born 29. September, 1964, [[Belgrade]], [[Serbia]]. He finished his [[undergraduate studies]] and [[postgraduate education]] in Belgrade, Serbia. He holds Ph.D / SJD degree at the Faculty of Law, Skopje State University (Doctoral studies: [[Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje]], Macedonia 1991-1994 Faculty of Law). He finished [[Postdoctoral]] studies at: 1) [[University of Virginia]], Charlottesville, USA, Department of Government and Foreign Affairs (Sept. 1994 – June 1995), 2) [[Georgetown University]], Washington
D.C., USA, [[School of Foreign Service]] (June 1995 – Sept. 1995), 3) Taft University, Medford, Mass., USA, [[Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy]] (Oct. 1995 – June 1996)..<ref>source available at the official [[Macedonian government]] site (in Macedonian) [http://www.makemigration.com/iselenistvoweb/index.php?page=iselenici&id=247&tip_iselenici=2]. His doctoral thesis mentor was [[Ljubomir Frčkoski]] (Minister of the Interior of Macedonia).</ref> Igor Janev was a [[Special Adviser]] of the [[Minister of foreign affairs]] of the [[Republic of Macedonia]]<ref>Minister of the Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia was [[Slobodan Čašule]][[List of foreign ministers in 2002]]</ref> in 2002.<ref>see in Georgetown art. on Macedonia [https://repository.library.georgetown.edu/bitstream/handle/10822/553374/pop-AngelovMarijan.pdf?sequence=1], pp. 77,78. see also CE Univ. art. [http://www.etd.ceu.hu/2009/bajalski_borko.pdf], p.2.</ref> <ref>see official Government Regulation of the positions of State Officials, art. 5 (''Advisor of the State'' (rank of [[Under-Secretary of State]]) i.e. in mk. ''Државен советник'') of the Republic of Macedonia (in Macedonian) [http://aa.mk/WBStorage/Files/Uredba_Opis_Zvanja_07.pdf], pp. 4,5.</ref>Currently, Janev is a Scientific advisor <ref>rank of a full professor in Serbia (according to Serbian law), see official Regulation of the procedures and method of evaluation and quantification of scientific research results of researchers (in Serbian), art. 30 (Equivalence of titles i.e. in sr. ''Ekvivalencija zvanja'') [http://www.grf.bg.ac.rs/docs/msci.pdf], p. 8.</ref>in the field of [[political science]] at the Institute of Political Studies in Belgrade.<ref>see at Macedonian International News Agency[http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/19508/45/], see about the Institute of political Studies in Belgrade (in Serbian)[http://www.ipsbgd.edu.rs] , see daily ''Politika'' (in Serbian)[http://www.politika.rs/rubrike/Kultura/Uspesne-ideje-i-strucni-kadrovi.sr.html], see for example the title * ''Научни саветник'' (in Serbian, eng. ''Scientific advisor'') in the art. of the Institute of political Studies[http://scindeks-clanci.ceon.rs/data/pdf/1451-4281/2012/1451-42811202375J.pdf]</ref><ref>see Government sponsored scientific institutes in Serbia (no. 38, in Serbian) [http://www.zis.phy.bg.ac.rs/clanovizis.html]</ref><ref>more biographical information are available at the official Macedonian government site (in Macedonian), such as his membership in professional associations [[ASIL]], [[ACUNS]] and [[NYAS]]. [http://www.makemigration.com/iselenistvoweb/index.php?page=iselenici&id=247&tip_iselenici=7]</ref>He became famos for his Article:“Legal Aspects of the use of a Provisional Name for Macedonia in the United Nations system”, [[American Journal of International Law]], Vol. 93, No. 1, pp.155-160 (1999).<ref>see [http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/listaarticulos?tipoDeBusqueda=VOLUMEN&revistaDeBusqueda=46&claveDeBusqueda=93] [http://www.faqs.org/abstracts/publication/american-journal-of-international-law-1999/], see also [http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/21668/45/][http://archive.
His arguments of illegality of the "provisional name" (the "[[FYROM]]") in international law and the active resistance to the change of the official (Constitutional) state name ("Republic of Macedonia") in the United Nations (in the UN established process for the Name-negotiations with Greece) were officially accepted and used by the Macedonian President [[Gjorge Ivanov]] at the 67. General Assembly of the [[United Nations]] 2012, anticipating the major shift in the Macedonian [[Foreign policy]], particularly in the [[Macedonia naming dispute]].<ref>see President Ivanov statement at the United Nations General Assembly General Debate: "Today, it seems “absurd” to be named “a former” nation. Recalling that the International Court of Justice 1948 advisory opinion had determined that placing additional criteria on United Nations membership contravened the United Nations Charter, he said that his country had been deprived of the right to self-identification" [http://gadebate.un.org/67/former-yugoslav-republic-macedonia]</ref><ref>see also almost the identical position (as those by the Macedonian President) expressed by the Macedonian Prime-Minister [[Nikola Gruevski]] at the 68. Session of the United Nations General Assembly in 2013. [http://gadebate.un.org/sites/default/files/gastatements/68/MK_en.pdf], pp. 3-7.</ref>
In the field of International theory and [[Philosophy]] Janev developed [[Dialectical]] Relationistic Theory in the area of General [[Ontology]] (Philosophy), were he explained origin of Somethingness (“Everything that is“ (German: “''Sein''“)) by linking this pole to (its negation) Nothingness<ref>i.e. (''expected'') [[Nothingness]], as a pole where everything else (than the Nothingness) seems to be meaningless and is nonexistent.</ref>. Janev resolved the basic question of Ontology (“Why is there anything at all?“) by developing meta-logic (''Meta - Dialectic [[methodology]]''<ref>introducing the Principles of ''irreducibility'' (of the most basic relation) and the ''inseparability'' (of the fundamental systemic elements contained in that relation).</ref>) that states: basic relation (“Everything that is“ to Nothingness) is more fundamental than its poles (or elements: Everything ,Nothingness<ref>Nothingness is defined as all what is left when we put aside the [[Everything]]. (Or dialectically, ''anything'' different than the Nothingness is opposite to Nothingness and belong to the pole of ''Everything'', i.e. somethingness.)</ref>). For this reason, the most fundamental question (in the General Philosophy / Ontology) of “Everything that is“<ref>or simply: Why Everything (that is) exists? Or: Why is there anything at all? In the General philosophy of Janev the origin of ''Everything'', as negation of ''Nothingness'', can be resolved if the question is put in the following symmetric (or oppositional) form: how come that ''Everything'' exists in relation to ''Nothingness''? Resolving that question, according to Janev, would have to examine when such question of the origin of ''Everything'' in relation to ''Nothingness'' is logically reducible to absurd, i.e. to an ill-posed question. (The answer was derived either in negation of ''Everything'' or negation of ''Nothingness''; so the most fundamental question was how to negate the possibility of the (other) pole: the Nothingness.)</ref> is illogical, since ''Nothingness'' is impossible ''per se'' (the poles / elements are inseparable<ref>The relation includes in itself its poles (or elements). Or simply,the basic relation is more fundamental than the basic inseparable elements in that relation. Thus, the basic relation is irreducible.</ref> i.e. something always must exist). <ref> see more about his Meta - Dialectic approach (Relationistic Theory) in his art. ''Релятивистский подход к международной политической теории'' (in eng. Relationist Approach to International Political Theory''), International scientific researches, Vol. 5, No. 1-2, 2013. [http://www.intereconom.com/archive-isr.html/149.html] (Here the basic question for any element and its division becomes whether "one or both of these two (sub-) elements" (in the process of infinite division of elements) "reaches the zero-quantity value". Answer: "both sub-elements cannot reach the zero-quantity value simultaneously because that would mean that the prerequisite contradiction, necessary for the convergence towards the zero value to take place, would have ceased to exist.")</ref><ref> It was emphasized in his approach that the basic relation has a systemic nature: it cannot exists outside the system, in the same way as the system cannot exist without it. It is the ''relation''(Everything - Nothingness) that makes possible the “Everything that is“ and "Nothingness" to be. The ontological question “how come that Everything that is exists”, can be resolved only if ''Everything'' is in a systemic relation with the ''Nothingness''. Thus, within a relationist ontology the above formulated basic question of philosophy becomes meaningless, i.e. it is reduced to absurd, and resolved.</ref>
*see [http://osaka.law.miami.edu/~froomkin/articles/ccTLDs-TM.pdf] , p. 845.