Budapest, Egyetem tér 1-3, 1053, Hungary
In 1985, Gabor received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eötvös Loránd University.
Via Beniamino Andreatta, 3, 40126 Bologna BO, Italy
In 1992, Gabor got a diploma from the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Bologna Center.
Radcliffe Sq, Oxford OX1 4AJ, United Kingdom
In 1995, Batonyi obtained a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Brasenose College, Oxford.
(In this work, the author analyzes Hungary's changing role...)
In this work, the author analyzes Hungary's changing role and geopolitical position in Europe in the light of long-term historical developments, looking at the country's economics, politics, society and the transition from Communist state to democracy.
(This book emphasizes the key role, played by Britain in r...)
This book emphasizes the key role, played by Britain in restoring peace and stability in central Europe after the First World War. It focuses on the endeavors of British diplomats in the 1920's to promote political integration and economic co-operation in the Danubia region. The work traces the gradual shift in British attitudes towards the small central European states from one of active engagement to disinterest and even hostility.
In 1985, Gabor received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eötvös Loránd University. Later, in 1992, he got a diploma from the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Bologna Center. Then, Batonyi continued his education at Brasenose College, Oxford, graduating with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1995.
At the beginning of his career, in the 1980's, Batonyi worked as a journalist in Hungary. Between 1989 and 1992, Gabor held a post of a foreign affairs editor at the Hungarian Television Company (MTV) in Budapest. Since 1996, he has been serving as a lecturer in History in the Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford.
Currently, besides his work as a lecturer, Gabor serves as an editor of the journal "Central and Eastern European Review".
Gabor is a member of the Association of Hungarian Journalists, American Association for the Study of Hungarian History and Association for the Study of Nationalities.
Gabor married Rachel (Unsworth) Batonyi, an editor, in 1996.