Lukács Krajcsír

Lukács Krajcsír

Former Research Fellow
Office: Global Relations Department


Earned his Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies at West Hungarian University in Szombathely, then in 2014 he finished the Master’s programme on International Studies at Pannon University in Veszprém. Lukács enrolled at Doctoral School of History, University of Szeged, where in 2019 he successfully defended his thesis and earned a PhD. During the years he worked as foreign affairs journalist, analyst, translator and archive researcher. Lukács is currently as the Middle East Relations Manager at the Asian and African Relations Department. His main analyst area of interest are North Africa (Egypt and Libya in the centre), the consequences of the so called “Arab Spring”, but he also does research about Cold War (mainly the relations between the Eastern bloc and “Third World) too.

AJRC analyses

2020E44 / Péter Dobrowiecki

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Outlook 2021

Perspectives for the Next Year from the AJKC Research Team

Research Blog

The Endgame of Africa's Last Colony?

The Polisario Front's Decades-Long Struggle for an Independent Western Sahara

The Storm That Never Came

Will There Be an Egyptian Military Intervention in Libya?

Faustian Bargain?

The Boundaries of the Chinese–Taliban Romance