Darren J. Lim
Darren J. Lim
Senior Lecturer, School of Politics and International Relations, Australian National University
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China’s Emerging Institutional Statecraft: The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the Prospects for Counter-Hegemony
GJ Ikenberry, DJ Lim
Brookings Institution, 2017
164*2017
Reassessing hedging: The logic of alignment in East Asia
DJ Lim, Z Cooper
Security Studies 24 (4), 696-727, 2015
1242015
The innovation imperative: technology and US–China rivalry in the twenty-first century
AB Kennedy, DJ Lim
International Affairs 94 (3), 553-572, 2018
372018
Doxing democracy: influencing elections via cyber voter interference
I Hansen, DJ Lim
Contemporary Politics 25 (2), 150-171, 2019
272019
What Money Can’t Buy: The Security Externalities of Chinese Economic Statecraft in Post-War Sri Lanka
DJ Lim, R Mukherjee
Asian Security 15 (2), 73-92, 2017
222017
Puzzled out? The unsurprising outcomes of the Greek bailout negotiations
DJ Lim, M Moutselos, M McKenna
Journal of European Public Policy 26 (3), 325-343, 2019
212019
Misplaced blame: foreign aid and the consequences of UN Security Council membership
OS Bashir, DJ Lim
Journal of Conflict Resolution 57 (3), 509-523, 2013
192013
Chinese outbound tourism as an instrument of economic statecraft
DJ Lim, VA Ferguson, R Bishop
Journal of Contemporary China 29 (126), 916-933, 2020
182020
Chinese Economic Coercion during the THAAD Dispute
DJ Lim, V Ferguson
The Asan Forum 7 (6), 2019
17*2019
Hedging in South Asia: balancing economic and security interests amid Sino-Indian competition
DJ Lim, R Mukherjee
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 19 (3), 493-522, 2019
172019
Does Debt Pay? China and the Politics of Investment in Sri Lanka
DJ Lim, R Mukherjee
The Diplomat, 2018
102018
Commerce with competitors: Economic interdependence, vulnerability and security policy in contemporary East Asia
DJ Lim
Princeton University, 2014
8*2014
The US, China and 'Technology War'
D Lim
Global Asia 14 (1), 8-13, 2019
62019
In beef over barley, Chinese economic coercion cuts against the grain
D Lim, V Ferguson
The Interpreter 13, 2020
42020
Costs of Chinese boycotts cut both ways
D Lim, V Ferguson
East Asia Forum, 2017
42017
Economic Diplomacy Alone Won't Make China a Leader
D Lim
The Strategist, 2014
42014
What China’s institutional statecraft could mean for the international order
GJ Ikenberry, D Lim
Brookings Institution, 2017
32017
Hillary Clinton's trade warning: can China coerce Australia?’
D Lim
The Interpreter, 2014
32014
Trust and diversify: A geoeconomic strategy for the Australia-US alliance
DJ Lim, Z Cooper, A Feng
United States Studies Centre, 2021
22021
Informal economic sanctions: the political economy of Chinese coercion during the THAAD dispute
DJ Lim, VA Ferguson
Review of International Political Economy, 1-24, 2021
22021
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