Teresa Nogueira Pinto
- foreign aid
- human rights
- Paul Kagame
- African Union
- civil war
- Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
- Francophone Africa
- Islamic militants
- Islamic State
- Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa
- violence in Africa
- European Commission
Teresa Nogueira Pinto is an African Affairs expert. She is a PhD candidate in Global Studies at the Nova University of Lisbon, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences.
Teresa has a masters degree (MA) in international relations from the Institute for Political Studies of the Portuguese Catholic University. Her thesis was on the Rwandan Genocide (A Genocide among Neighbours: Justice, Power and Survival in Rwanda) was approved summa cum laude.
She has a political science degree from the Catholic University of Lisbon.
Teresa was a visitor researcher at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, United States, in 2007, where she studied the origins of American neo-conservatism. She also worked as an intern at the political department of the Portuguese Embassy in Algiers.