Shaun Lin
Shaun Lin
Max Weber-NUS Research Fellow, Department of Geography, National University of
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Financing the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): research agendas beyond the “debt-trap” discourse
KPY Lai, S Lin, JD Sidaway
Eurasian Geography and Economics 61 (2), 109-124, 2020
Reordering China, Respacing the World: Belt and Road Initiative (一带一路) as an Emergent Geopolitical Culture
S Lin, JD Sidaway, CY Woon
The Professional Geographer 71 (3), 507-522, 2019
COVID-19 geopolitics: Silence and erasure in Cambodia and Myanmar in times of pandemic
C Grundy-Warr, S Lin
Eurasian Geography and Economics 61 (4-5), 493-510, 2020
One Bridge, Two Towns and Three Countries: Anticipatory Geopolitics in the Greater Mekong Subregion
S Lin, C Grundy-Warr
Geopolitics 17 (4), 952-979, 2012
Lessons from the Bay of Bengal ITLOS case: stepping offshore for a ‘deeper’maritime political geography
S Lin, C Schofield
The Geographical Journal 180 (3), 260-264, 2014
The unseen transboundary commons that matter for Cambodia's inland fisheries: Changing sediment flows in the Mekong hydrological flood pulse
C Grundy‐Warr, S Lin
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 61 (2), 249-265, 2020
Public Policy and Geography
M Boyle, T Hall, S Lin, JD Sidaway, M van Meeteren
International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd edition, 93–101, 2020
ASEAN and interconnecting regional spheres: lessons for the Indian Ocean Region
S Lin, C Grundy-Warr
Journal of the Indian Ocean Region 8 (1), 54-70, 2012
Navigating Sino-Thai ‘rocky’ bilateral ties: The geopolitics of riverine trade in the Greater Mekong Subregion
S Lin, C Grundy-Warr
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 38 (5), 826-833, 2020
Theorising from the Belt and Road Initiative (一带一路)
S Lin, N Shimazu, JD Sidaway
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 62 (3), 261-269, 2021
New Lines: Critical GIS and the Trouble of the Map by Matthew W. Wilson University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, 2017, 224 pp. 25.00(paper),ISBN978‐0‐8166‐9853‐0; 100.00 …
CC Feng, S Lin, JD Sidaway
Transactions in GIS 23 (1), 158-161, 2019
Book review-Chuthatip Maneepong, Dynamics of Cross Border Industrial Development in Mekong Sub‐region: A Case Study of Thailand
S Lin
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 33 (2), 273-274, 2012
Book review forum: Reading Tim Winter’s Geocultural power: China’s quest to revive the Silk Roads for the twenty-first century
S Lin, Y Yang, H Alff, MR Frost, M Kaneti, T Oakes, J Rigg, A Rippa, ...
Political Geography, Article 102297, 2021
Closer to home: Enabling the Dragon's global outreach through engaging interests in Asia
S Lin
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 41 (2), 299-302, 2020
Book review forum: Reading Trevor Barnes and Eric Sheppard’s Spatial histories of radical geography: North America and beyond.
JD Sidaway, S Lin, V Chouinard, F Ferretti, K Gibson, M Kenney-Lazar, ...
The AAG Review of Books 8 (4), 236-258, 2020
Reading Natalie Koch’s The Geopolitics of Spectacle: Space, Synecdoche, and the New Capitals of Asia, Cornell University Press, Ithaca (2018), xiii+ 194 pp.; index. US 45 …
EC Holland, S Lin, JD Sidaway, P Das, S Hughes, R Mohammad, ...
Political Geography 76, 102043, 2020
Nimble at work: equipping students with first-order and second-order thinking
S Lin
Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1-10, 2021
Communicating “Reopening” to the Public Credibly and Strategically:“Hardware and Heartware” Considerationsfrom Singapore for Liverpool City Region
S Lin
University of Liverpool, 2020
Framing the political geographies of Asian transboundary environments: Land, river, and sea
S Lin
Political Geography 63, 185-188, 2018
Energy, Governance and Security in Thailand and Myanmar (Burma): A Critical Approach to Environmental Politics in the South Adam Simpson. Ashgate Publishing, Farnham and …
S Lin
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 38 (1), 141-143, 2017
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