Restás Bianka is an International Relations Manager at the European Relations Department of the Antall József Knowledge Centre. She obtained her BA and MA degrees (international relations expert and analyst) in International Relations at the Corvinus University of Budapest and specialized in European integration and diplomacy. Her main research interest is Italy, with a special focus on the country’s role in the management of international migration, and its domestic political processes and foreign affairs. In her research activity, she also focuses on diverse aspects of international and forced migration, and the management of migration in the European Union. From September 2019 Bianka is Project Manager of one of the annual events of the Knowledge Centre, the think.BDPST Young Leaders’ Forum. During her university studies, she participated in the internship program of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade. She fluently speaks English and Italian.
Priorities and challenges after the general elections
Demographic Perspectives from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Ursula von der Leyen’s proposals to rethink migration and asylum policies in Europe
Let’s Put Europe’s Sick Man Back on Its Feet
Perspectives for the next year from the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Selected Analyses by the Antall József Knowledge Centre Research Team
Perspectives for the Next Year from the AJKC Research Team
National Cooperation, Solidarity, and Optimism during the Nationwide Lockdown in Italy
The Milan Urban Food Policy Pact
They would also change Europe, not just Italy
How Do Italians Evaluate It?
How Do Italians Evaluate it? Part II
In Light of the PD–Five Star Movement Coalition Deal
Draghi’s Chance to Relaunch the Crisis-Hit Country
Why is it in Italy's interest to stabilise the country?
Towards a New European Approach to Manage Migration?
A New Strategic and Geopolitical Direction to Manage Migration, Organised Crime, and Terrorism
Possible Alternatives to Manage Migration?
What Is the Outlook for Lombardy and Veneto?
Impacts and Prospects of Italy's New Code of Conduct and the Libyan Provisions/Restrictions