Research Fellow, Project Coordinator
Czech Republic, Visegrad Cooperation, small state foreign policy
Nikolett Garai holds an MA degree in International Relations program (Diplomacy specialisation) from the Corvinus University of Budapest. In 2014, she spent a summer at the UN High Commissioner for Refugees as a trainee and then she worked for EuCham - European Chamber. In 2016, she was awarded the New National Excellence Research Program announced for Master students. She joined the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade in 2017 as an administrative assistant and project coordinator during which time she was responsible for H2020 and International Visegrad Fund projects. From 2018 she works as a researcher. Her field of research is: opportunities and limitations of interest representation of the Visegrad Cooperation within the European Union, the domestic and foreign policy of the Czech Republic and the foreign policy behaviour of European small states.