Adam Csenger completed an undergraduate course in International Communications at the Faculty of Foreign Trade, Budapest Business School in 2004. He moved to Sydney, Australia a few months later, where he completed a Business Management course in 2007. He obtained a master’s degree in International Relations at Macquarie University in 2015, working as an intern at the Australian Institute of International Affairs think tank during the last semester.
Adam moved back to Hungary in April 2017 and in November he joined the research institute of the Pallas Athene Innovation and Geopolitical Foundation (PAIGEO) as a junior researcher. His area of research is Australia’s foreign policy, particularly its relationship with Southeast Asia and China. He started the geopolitical PhD program at the University of Pécs in September 2018, where he will examine the shift in Australia’s geopolitical orientation from its traditional ties with the Anglosphere and the West towards relations with Asia (particularly China).