Restás Bianka is an expert on international relations, who obtained her BA and MA degrees in International Relations at the Corvinus University of Budapest and specialized in European integration and diplomacy. Currently, she is member of the EU–V4 Office of the Antall József Knowledge Centre. Her main research interest is Italy, with special focus on the management of international migration and the question of refugees, as well as the country’s domestic political processes and foreign affairs.
Discussion on Europe’s Future in the post-COVID-19 era
Italian Foreign Policy
Priorities and Challenges after the General Elections
Global Demographic Outlook 2020 – Demographic Perspectives from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Towards a more sustainable and effective migration management?
Ursula von der Leyen’s proposals to rethink migration and asylum policies in Europe
Italy in the Era of COVID-19 Pandemic: Let’s Put Europe’s Sick Man Back on Its Feet
Perspectives for the next year from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Regional Dimensions of the Belt and Road Initiative
The Global Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic— Selected Analyses by the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team