Education
  • Ph.D. in International Relations and European Studies, Central European University, Budapest, 2013
  • M.A. in German and European Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 2003
  • B.A. in Political Science, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont, 2001
  • Diplome du Programme International des Sciences Politiques et Sociales, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Paris, France, 2000
Research Areas
  • European Union
  • European Security
  • Parliamentary Diplomacy
Teaching Areas
  • Policy Process and Institutions
  • International Affairs and Diplomacy
  • Policy Communications

Lorinc Redei joined the LBJ School as a full-time lecturer in 2013, and he now also serves as the graduate adviser for its Global Policy Studies Program. He has previous teaching experience at Southwestern University, and he has also worked in the policy world. From 2005 to 2008 and during the spring of 2011, he served as a press officer in the European Parliament, the directly elected legislature of the European Union. He managed relations with the press corps on the Parliament’s activities in the realm of foreign affairs, especially the work of its Foreign Affairs Committee. Dr. Redei’s research takes advantage of these experiences. He writes about European politics, the European Union—especially its foreign and security policy—the role of the European Parliament in this field and in parliamentary diplomacy.

Newsworthy

NewsMay 5, 2017
Policy Research Institute Provides LBJ School Faculty Opportunities for Worldwide Research

Policy Research Institute funding will grant 12 LBJ School faculty members the opportunity to pursue important research projects on complex, relevant policy issues.

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FeatureMarch 24, 2017
Meet Your MGPS Adviser: Lorinc Redei

Lorinc Redei, an LBJ School lecturer and a former press officer in the European Parliament, serves as the graduate adviser to students enrolled in the Master of Global Policy Studies (MGPS) program.

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Media MentionJune 26, 2016
Are we up to the challenge of global leadership with UK now receding?
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