Policy Advisor at Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. Aline worked at FEPS as a Policy Analyst on International Relations from April 2022 until April 2023. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil) and her doctoral thesis focused on the effect of the rise of populist radical right parties on immigration policies in Europe. During her doctoral studies, she was a Fulbright visiting scholar at the New York University (NYU), and a visiting researcher at the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium). Before joining FEPS, Aline worked as a researcher for the global development think tank German Development Institute/ Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) in Bonn, where her academic and policy advice work centered on international cooperation, EUdevelopment policy, and populism. Aline has applied experience with multi-sector international partnerships and international cooperation for development, having worked in the past as a Local Consultant and Project Coordinator for the international NGO PYXERA Global, and as Head of the National and International Partnerships Advisory for the Minas Gerais State Government, in Brazil.

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A European feminist foreign policy?

The need for a progressive and transformative approach

Europe and the war in Ukraine

From Russian aggression to a new Eastern policy

Progressive pathways to European strategic autonomy 

European Strategic Autonomy series
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Latin America’s pragmatic ambiguity in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine


Geopoliticising European development policy? Assessing the new EU external action budget framework

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19 - 20/01/2023
Recife, Brazil (Hybrid)

Global Policy Dialogue 2023

Addressing the Triple Planetary Crisis through improved global governance
Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

Africa Day 2022

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Feminist Framework for the Secretary General’s report “Our Common Agenda”

Prospects for global governance in an age of disruptions

EU-Israel Seminar

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