András Balogh

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András Balogh
András Balogh, IEIS conference «Russia and the EU the question of trust»-101.jpg
András Balogh, November 2014.
Hungarian Ambassador to Thailand
In office
2005 – 20 December 2010
Succeeded by Dénes Tomaj
Personal details
Born (1944-03-06) March 6, 1944 (age 70)
Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
Political party MSZP
Profession diplomat, historian
The native form of this personal name is Balogh András. This article uses the Western name order.

András Balogh (born on 6 March 1944 in Budapest) is a Hungarian historian and diplomat, a former ambassador to Thailand. His party, the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP) nominated him to the position of President of Hungary in 2010. During a parliamental election the Fidesz-Christian Democratic People's Party's candidate Pál Schmitt was elected by an overwhelming majority.

Publications[edit]

  • Társadalom és politika a gyarmati Indiában (1979)
  • A gyarmati rendszer története 1870–1955 (1980)
  • A Political History of National Liberation Movement in Asia and Africa 1914–1985 (1988)
  • Nemzet és történelem Indiában (1988)
  • A nemzeti kisebbség és a nemzetközi biztonság (1994)
  • A magyar külpolitika prioritásai (1996)
  • Integráció és nemzeti érdek (1998)
  • Világpolitikai átrendeződés szeptember 11-e után (2001)
  • Nemzet és nacionalizmus (co-author, 2002)

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