Sandor Seremet Graduated with a Master’s degree in 2010 at the Department of Hungarian History and European Integration of Uzhhorod National University. Once graduated he Started his PhD studies in 2013 at the Doctoral School of History of Pázmány Péter Catholic University and acquired absolutorium in 2013. Between 2013 and 2014 he worked as a historian at the House of Terror Museum. As a scholar of the International Visegrad Fund he continued his research at the Charles University of Prague between 2014 and 2016. While in Prague he examined the materials and documents at the National Archives of the Czech Republic, the Archives of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, the Central Military Archives and the Archives of the President’s Office. During his scholarship in Prague he completed his PhD thesis which he successfully defended in May 2016. Associate Research Fellow at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade since March 2020, in March 2023 became Senior Research Fellow at the Institute. Sandor’s main research topic is economic and political processes of Ukraine, Russia, Transcarpathia and the post-Soviet countries. He published a number of publication in the mentioned topics both in Hungarian and English.