Tomáš A. Nagy is a Research Fellow within the Defence and Security Programme at the GLOBSEC Policy Institute (GPI) – which predominantly concentrates on challenges related to the changing European and global security environment. He works on a wide array of security related issues within the context of transatlantic relations, regional (i.e. Visegrad) cooperation, European political integration and nuclear affairs. Outside the security portfolio, his expertise encompasses contemporary British and American politics and British foreign policy in the era of Brexit. Prior to joining the GPI, he was an Associate Fellow with the Central European Policy Institute (CEPI). Tomáš A. Nagy is an alumnus of international relations programmes of the Metropolitan University Prague, Sciences Po Paris and the University of St Andrews. He devoted his Bachelor´s thesis to the study of the historical development of the US National Security Council. During his post-graduate studies he concentrated on the history of global governance within the realm of nuclear politics. Beyond his academic activities, he participated in numerous future leaders programs and undertook training at a number of institutions dealing with transatlantic and nuclear security related issues. He is a Slovak citizen and speaks fluent English, Hungarian, Czech and understands French.