Shaun Lin: Impacts and Responses to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Southeast Asia
Shaun’s current research is on impacts and responses of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Southeast Asia, with present writings on Singapore and Thailand. Shaun is also currently engaging on transboundary environmental governance issues in Southeast Asia. He is presently a Co-PI for a small educator grant investigating the political geography of the hydrological flood pulse in Cambodia in relation to transboundary environmental challenges faced by the Mekong River and Tonle Sap Lake.
Shaun Lin is a Max Weber Foundation postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Geography, National University of Singapore. He obtained his PhD from the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong in 2016, and earned his honours degree in Geography from the National University of Singapore in 2011. He has also worked as a policy officer in the International Division at Maritime Port Authority of Singapore. Shaun has published a number of journal articles relating to environmental geography, border studies and maritime political geography on Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean in Geographical Journal, Geopolitics, Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, and Political Geography.