Tamas Dudlak*

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Received Sylff fellowship from Corvinus University of Budapest in 2021.
Current affiliation: Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest

Academic supervisor: Dr. Laszlo Csicsmann
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
June 2020: ASMEA Research Grant (USA), Sept 2019: New National Excellence Program (Hungary), May 2019: ASMEA Research Grant (USA), Jan 2019: UACES Travel Grant (United Kingdom)

Tamas Dudlak is a Ph.D. candidate studying International Relations and Geopolitics based in Budapest, Hungary. He previously studied History, Arabic, and Turkish. His research focuses mainly on Turkey and its role in the Middle East in various fields: migration and refugees, domestic and foreign policy, energy policy. Moreover, he examines the bilateral relations of Hungary and Turkey as well. His dissertation deals with the changing political and economic ties between Turkey and Iraqi Kurdistan (1991–2017).

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