Zoltán Kiszelly

studied political science at ELTE University in Budapest and has been on study visits to the Humboldt Universities of Berlin and Bonn. He served as OSCE observer in Kosovo (2001) and Russia (2004). He is advisor to the spokesperson of the Hungarian government and also works for the Századvég Foundation where he focuses on Germany and the EU. He publishes articles on foreign policy in the economic journal Figyelő.

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