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dr. Zoltán FEHÉR

Zoltan Feher holds a Juris Doctor (Law degree) from Pázmány Catholic University, a Master in Public Administration from Harvard University, and Master of Arts degrees in Political Science and in American History from Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE). He worked as a professional diplomat between 2002 and 2015, serving as Foreign Policy Analyst and Press Attaché at the Hungarian embassy in Washington DC and most recently as Hungary’s Deputy Ambassador and Chargé d’Affaires in Turkey. He has taught International Relations at the Harvard Summer School, the Ivy League Summer Institute (Harvard Law School), The Fletcher School and Hungarian universities. In 2016, he was a teaching assistant to Joseph Nye at the Harvard Kennedy School. He has studied with Stephen Walt, R. Nicholas Burns, Niall Ferguson and Michael Ignatieff. He is currently a Research Fellow at the Center for Strategic Studies and a Doctoral Candidate in International Relations at The Fletcher School at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.

Areas of expertise: US foreign policy / grand strategy, US-China-Russia great power competition, Trans-Atlantic relations, NATO, Central and Eastern Europe

zoltan_feher(at)hks16(dot)harvard(dot)com