Lucy Stevenson-Yang is a program specialist for the China and North Korea teams at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP). At USIP, Stevenson-Yang's research examines China’s impact on international peace and security. Her work also focuses on how to strengthen diplomacy and support peace and security on the Korean Peninsula.
Previously, she was a research analyst with USIP’s Asia Center, where she supported research projects on topics ranging from Afghanistan’s peace process to China’s impact on conflict dynamics in the Red Sea. Stevenson-Yang is a 2021-2022 Climate Security Fellow with the Climate Security Advisory Group. In 2020, she was a U.S.-R.O.K. Next Generation Leader in the Security Delegation with the National Bureau of Asian Research. She was born and raised in Beijing, China.