Hungarian Conservative

Loretta Tóth

Loretta Tóth

Loretta Tóth holds a PhD in international communication from Corvinus University of Budapest. Her main field of research is the role of social networks in (political) communication. She worked for many years as a foreign policy journalist and an editor of the foreign desk at the Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet. She is currently responsible for the international communication of the Danube Institute.
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