Blaine Johnson serves as a policy analyst for National Security and International Policy at American Progress. She focuses on China and Asia policy, with an interest in renewable energy, and has undertaken research trips to China and Japan.

Prior to joining American Progress, Johnson worked in government relations in Shanghai and on policy analysis for Fudan University’s Sustainable Behavior Research Group. She received her master’s in public administration from Fudan University, where she was a James B. Reynolds Scholar. She previously interned with the American Council on Renewable Energy and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College.

By Blaine Johnson
Mapping China’s Global Governance AmbitionsCenter for American ProgressFebruary 28, 2019
Blue FutureCenter for American ProgressMay 21, 2018
Do Not Fall for the Hype on U.S.-China Natural Gas TradeCenter for American ProgressApril 18, 2018
Asia Doesn’t Need Another CrisisCenter for American ProgressJanuary 24, 2018
Where Does Trump Stand on South Korea?The National InterestJanuary 17, 2018
Pulling Back the Curtain on China’s 19th Party CongressCenter for American ProgressOctober 19, 2017
Everything You Think You Know About Coal in China Is WrongCenter for American ProgressMay 15, 2017
Research Note on U.S. and Chinese Coal-Fired Power DataCenter for American ProgressMay 15, 2017