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Classical Chinese Medicine by Liu Lihong (review)

Classical Chinese Medicine by Liu Lihong (review) Reviews  at the Nineteenth Congress, suggesting the increasing importance of professionals in foreign policy decision making. Finally, in what can only be viewed as an unanticipated irony, both the Hveem and Pempel, and the Nathan chapters, note that “China’s rise does not threaten the liberal international order” (p. ), while over in the United States, the election of Donald Trump has in fact placed the world’s leading communist, Xi Jinping, in an unlikely position as a key defender of globalization, as his speech at the  Davos International Forum demonstrated, while the United States withdraws to an “America First” policy. Stanley Rosen Stanley Rosen is a professor of political science and international relations at the University of Southern California specializing in Chinese politics, society, and film. Liu Lihong. Classical Chinese Medicine. Edited by Heiner Fruehauf. Translated by Gabriel Weiss and Henry Buchtel with Sabine Wilms. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, . xlviii,  pp. Hardcover $., ISBN ----. Chinese medicine is under attack. This has been the case for ninety years, ever since the first resolution to outlaw its practice was discussed in the Ministry of Health in . After nearly a century of concerted efforts to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Classical Chinese Medicine by Liu Lihong (review)

China Review International , Volume 25 (2) – Jul 23, 2020

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Abstract

Reviews  at the Nineteenth Congress, suggesting the increasing importance of professionals in foreign policy decision making. Finally, in what can only be viewed as an unanticipated irony, both the Hveem and Pempel, and the Nathan chapters, note that “China’s rise does not threaten the liberal international order” (p. ), while over in the United States, the election of Donald Trump has in fact placed the world’s leading communist, Xi Jinping, in an unlikely position as a key defender of globalization, as his speech at the  Davos International Forum demonstrated, while the United States withdraws to an “America First” policy. Stanley Rosen Stanley Rosen is a professor of political science and international relations at the University of Southern California specializing in Chinese politics, society, and film. Liu Lihong. Classical Chinese Medicine. Edited by Heiner Fruehauf. Translated by Gabriel Weiss and Henry Buchtel with Sabine Wilms. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, . xlviii,  pp. Hardcover $., ISBN ----. Chinese medicine is under attack. This has been the case for ninety years, ever since the first resolution to outlaw its practice was discussed in the Ministry of Health in . After nearly a century of concerted efforts to

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Published: Jul 23, 2020

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