- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Supervisor: Dr Adam Cathcart and Dr Laura Considine
- Ph.D. University of Leeds, School of History (2018 - )
- M.A. University of Kent, School of Politics and International Relations. Political Strategy and Communication with International Conflict and Security (2017)
- B.Sc. Columbia International University, Communication (2014)
I worked as a Researcher at a European think tank in Brussels, European Institute for Asian Studies, covering diverse topics on Asia. The main research focus was on security including East Asian traditional security and West Asian human security.
I am currently working as an Education Outreach Fellow for Social Science Team at University of Leeds to deliver sessions and workshops on my field of studies.
- Lim, Yujin., Small but Indispensable: South Korea as “Jungjaeja”., SinoNK.com., 01 March 2019 - Online Article
- Lim, Yujin., North Korea's Nuclear State Status: Seeking Legitimacy in the International Community., SinoNK.com., 29 January 2019 - Essay
- Lim, Yujin., Strategic Adjustment and the Rise of China: Power and Politics in East Asia by Robert S. Ross and Øystein Tunsjø. NY: Cornell University Press, 2017. European Journal of Korean Studies Vol.18. No.1. pp.145-147 (2018) - Book Review
- Yujin Lim and Shairee Malhotra, Legal Aspects of Contemporary South Asian Issues., European Institute for Asian Studies., May 2016 - Report
- Varun Aggarwal, Yujin Lim, and Shairee Malhotra., Labour Market Access for Asylum Seekers: The Asian Experience., European Institute for Asian Studies., April 2016 - Analysis
- 'Security of the small states: surviving between the great powers' - Security in the Modern World conference (Leeds International Study Centre, 06 March 2019)
- 'Law and politics' - Special lecture (SungIl Godeunghakgyo, 12 December 2017)
- 'Multiculturalism' - Panel (FEBC radio channel., 20 November 2017)
- 'Conflict and security' - Panel (FEBC radio channel ., 30 October 2017)
- 'Community Social Welfare Theory' - Guest lecturer (Kwangshin University, 20 October 2017)
- Korean: native language
- Chinese: fluent in Mandarin
- English: certified in TEFL
Having my background in Politics and International Relations, my current research is on the History of International Relations in East Asia under the joint supervision of the School of History and School of Politics and International Studies (POLIS).
Key words for my research are: US-China relations, Security, East Asia, Korean Peninsula
Main Research Focus
- History of international relations: PhD research topic on Power, Language, and Deterrence: US-China relations in East Asia in post-Cold War era
- National security: Collective security, deterrence, and military alliances are closely linked with my current research
- Political communication: How the states communicate to justify their actions and decisions is at the heart of my research
- Conflict: National level of conflict stem from history is my main research focus
Other Research Interests
- Legal aspects of international problems: In order to understand international relations, I have done extensive studies on legal aspects of conflict which includes law of armed conflict
- Human security: With a background of human rights law and activities, my research interest lies on human security and the freedom of speech and freedom of religion.
- Digital politics: My previous education in communication studies leads me to my research interest in digital politics, especially in both bottom-up and top-down mobilization