Harvard Kennedy school graduate Zoltan Feher spoke to our EPIIC students on Grand Strategy and Euro-Asia’s Geopolitical Stability

IGL News
Nov 14

Zoltan Feher is a diplomat from Hungary and a PhD candidate in International Relations at The Fletcher School. He worked as a diplomat since 2002, most recently as Hungary’s Deputy Ambassador and Charge d’Affaires in Ankara, Turkey. Earlier, he was a Foreign Policy Analyst and Press Attache at the Embassy of Hungary in Washington, DC. Last year, he was at the Harvard Kennedy School where he earned a Master in Public Administration degree and worked as Professor Joseph Nye’s assistant. A lawyer and political scientist by training, he has also taught International Relations at various Hungarian universities. His research interests include geopolitics, grand strategy, realism, US foreign policy, Transatlantic relations, as well as Central and Eastern Europe.

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