Agostina Dasso is an internationalist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Universidad Torcuato di Tella and a Master’s degree in International Politics and Economics from Universidad de San Andrés.
She has been working at the Secretariat of Strategic Affairs of Argentina since 2021 in foreign affairs advising roles, and in December 2022, she assumed the position of Director of Analysis of Geopolitical Transformations where she conducts research and high-level advising on Argentinian foreign policy in a context of great power competition.
Before working at the Secretariat, she had several roles at public policy and NGO consulting. She has taught courses on International Affairs and International Security at Universidad Torcuato di Tella and on Research Design at Universidad de San Andrés. Her expertise relies on foreign policy, international security and Latin American politics and democracy. Her work is focused on contributing to the intersection between academia and policy-making in order to nurture politics with theoretical and empirical knowledge. She has published several articles in journals and magazines on militarisation in Latin America and has written a chapter to the book “The Military and Governability: How are Civil-Military Relations Changing in Latin America?” published by FES on Bolivia’s civil-military relations since its return to democracy.
In September 2023, she will start her PhD in Public Affairs at Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs.