Research Fellow, Press Coordinator
United States, Israel, Foreign Trade Policy, Automotive Industry Trends
He holds a Master degree in History (specialising in Modern History of Social Crises and Ruling Techniques) from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, where he is currently studying at the Doctoral School of History. He also studied at the National University of Public Service, in the Faculty of Security and Defense Policy. He conducted research in the Veteran History Project of the Library of Congress in Washington, United States in 2012. His main research fields are the United States, the policy of the Trump Administration, the historical aspects and narratives of the Vietnam war, Israel, and automotive industry trends in the 21st century. Besides his research activities Bence is responsible for the press relations and social media coverage of IFAT.