András Bartók is an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Public Service and an analyst at Political Capital Institute.
András Bartók, assistant lecturer at the University of Public Service (Hungary), Faculty of Public Governance and International Studies, Department of International Relations and Diplomacy and a PhD Candidate of the University’s Doctoral School of Military Studies. He is also an analyst at Political Capital, political consulting and research institution. He has a BA East Asian Studies and MA in Japanese Studies from Károli University (Hungary). He was a Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellow at the Hungarian Institute of World Economics. Research interests and publication background cover East Asian Studies, Security and Strategic Studies, National Security and Defense Policies of Northeast Asian countries, Demography and Security, Hungary-East Asia relations and Hungarian Public Perceptions on the People’s Republic of China. Previous and ongoing research projects have aimed to outline the role of maritime territorial disputes in East Asia, changing military capabilities of regional and extra-regional actors as well as evolving strategic perceptions and concepts of Japan, China, and Taiwan.