Tamas Olah grew up in Budapest, Hungary. He is currently studying international relations at the Corvinus University of Budapest. He previously studied at the Central European University and the University of Helsinki as a visiting and exchange student, respectively. Tamas is writing his thesis on the American Presidential War Powers. He has interned with Decade of Roma Inclusion Secretariat Foundation as well as with the Israeli Embassy in Budapest. He serves as the editor for the Security Policy Review, a student-based academic journal on international security policies. His particular interest in how the American constitutional system intersect with minority and human rights issues in the United States drew him towards the Fellowship.
Updated January 2015
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