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Miklós K. Lázár

Miklós K. Lázár

Research topic:
The Development of European Energy Collaboration from an Early Classical Geopolitics Perspective
Degree course:

Research Themes:
Citizenship Cyber security Foreign Policy and diplomacy Global governance International cooperation International organisations International relations Public Policy Public Sphere Sovereignty European Union Foreign Policy and Diplomacy Political economy and international political economy Media, public sphere and public life 

Academic Profile

Teaching: Comparative Political Economy, International Relations, International Political Economy | Interests: Early Classical Geopolitics, Energy Diplomacy, International Trade, Digital Platforms, Social Media, Political Economy, Economic Nationalism, Development Economics, Venture Capital, ESG Investments, Public Thinking, Online Privacy, and Global Standards. | Experience: Research Fellow & Geopolitical Risk Analyst (Jaguar Land Rover), Andrássy National Security Fellow (CEPA & HIF, Washington DC, USA), Visiting Doctoral Student (Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation), Project Researcher (for ESG standards at Hamburg Chamber of Commerce), Desk Officer & Councilor (at Northeast Asia & V4 Departments, MFAT of Hungary), Public Affairs Officer & Councilor (Minister's Cabinet, Ministry for National Economy of Hungary). | Education: Politics, Economics, Law, and Philosophy at Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Állam- és Jogtudományi Kar [ELTE-ÁJK] (Hungary); MA in International Relations at the University of Exeter (UK).