Hungarian Conservative

Ibrahim Mammadov

Ibrahim Mammadov

Ibrahim Mammadov is a Research Intern at the Danube Institute. He also served as a Research Fellow at the Caucasian Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies (QAFSAM), Young Scholar at Institute for Development and Diplomacy (IDD) and Research Assistant at the Caucasus Policy Analysis Center (CPAC). Currently, he is pursuing a Master of Arts in International Relations at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in International Studies degree from ADA University in Baku, Azerbaijan. Ibrahim is the founder and current director of the Young Eurasian Scholars Network (YESN), which unites young researchers and enthusiasts interested in various regions of the Eurasian continent under one platform. His research articles have been published in esteemed platforms such as The National Interest, CABAR.asia under the Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR), Commonspace.eu under the LINKS platform, and the Institute for Development and Diplomacy Publications, among others. His main areas of expertise include Eurasian Affairs, focusing on Eastern European, Central Asian and Southern Caucasus regions. For up-to-date news on the region you can follow his YouTube channel Inner Eurasian Reporter.
Hungary can play a key role in potentially warming EU–Türkiye relations. This can be achieved through agenda-setting during Hungary’s presidency of the Council. One such topic could be the modification
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