Hanna Dohmen is a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub. She is also a research analyst at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology, where she focuses on US national competitiveness in emerging technologies and US-China technology competition. In that role, she conducts research on economic statecraft, the semiconductor supply chain, China’s science and technology ecosystem, and US innovation policies. Previously, Dohmen worked as a consultant advising multinational private sector clients on geopolitical, regulatory, and reputational risks. Dohmen holds a BS in regional and comparative studies of Europe and Asia from Georgetown University. Starting in August 2024, Dohmen will be pursuing a JD from Georgetown University Law Center.