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Associate Research Fellow

Research field

US Foreign Policy, Transatlantic Relations, International Trade Policy, Theories of International Relations, European Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policies

Gergely majored in History, English and International Relations at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and at Central European University. He submitted his doctoral dissertation in the field of modern international history. His primary field of research is the history of (international) political thought, having authored several monographs, as well as participating in both domestic and international research collaborations. As a foreign policy researcher, he has contributed primarily to discussions of US foreign policy, the transatlantic relationship, as well as Eastern and low-politics aspects of EU external relations. From 2014 to 2017 he worked as the director of the Hungarian Cultural Center in New York.