Per Anders Johansen, Norway, is a journalist at Norway's largest newspaper, Aftenposten. 

He was formerly the editor-in-chief for Norwegian Broadcasting Corp's (NRK) investigative TV program Brennpunkt.

Johansen has won several awards for his investigations in defense, foreign aid, security and surveillance at Aftenposten and NRK. Experienced in computer-assisted reporting, he has taught journalism seminars in Central Asia and Eastern and Central Europe.

In 1993, while a radio reporter at NRK-Dagsnytt, Johansen was awarded the main prize from SKUP, a journalism organization that hands out an annual investigative journalism prize, for his exposé on how Norwegian authorities, in violation of U.N. sanctions, had transferred money to a Serbian company involved in a Norwegian development project in Zambia. A year later, Johansen spent months investigating government agencies. His systematic look at the misuse of government funds led to 26 major news stories and an honorable mention from SKUP.