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Green Innovation in China: China’s Wind Power Industry and the Global Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy by Joanna I. Lewis (review)

Green Innovation in China: China’s Wind Power Industry and the Global Transition to a... Reviews 623 Aer Y ft uan Shikai went back to Peking, the Sino-Japanese relationship became much more strained. The victory of Japan in the Sino-Japanese War meant the loss of the Qing dynasty hegemony in East Asia. Logically, it initiated the end of the tribute system between the Korea and Qing China. Nevertheless, informal com- munications between Korea and China lasted until Korea was completely annexed by Japan. Larsen’s work is meaningful. It not only shows the changes in Sino-Korean relationship before and during the nineteenth century, but also selects Yuan Shikai as a key figure to describe the situation of Korea, its internal politics, so-called commercial warfare, and national identity. Larsen conducted his analysis from the Korean point of view. He has solved several problems that were once debated in academia, such as the special international status of Korea in the nineteenth century. Naturally, some issues need to be explained more clearly, and some additional questions addressed. For example, what kind of political dynamics really influenced the Qing government’s Korea policy? What is the Sino-Japanese ” such as Yuan Shikai ae ff ct the Qing relationship at this time? How did an “Insider policy in Korea? Yuan Jian http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Green Innovation in China: China’s Wind Power Industry and the Global Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy by Joanna I. Lewis (review)

China Review International , Volume 19 (4) – May 29, 2015

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Reviews 623 Aer Y ft uan Shikai went back to Peking, the Sino-Japanese relationship became much more strained. The victory of Japan in the Sino-Japanese War meant the loss of the Qing dynasty hegemony in East Asia. Logically, it initiated the end of the tribute system between the Korea and Qing China. Nevertheless, informal com- munications between Korea and China lasted until Korea was completely annexed by Japan. Larsen’s work is meaningful. It not only shows the changes in Sino-Korean relationship before and during the nineteenth century, but also selects Yuan Shikai as a key figure to describe the situation of Korea, its internal politics, so-called commercial warfare, and national identity. Larsen conducted his analysis from the Korean point of view. He has solved several problems that were once debated in academia, such as the special international status of Korea in the nineteenth century. Naturally, some issues need to be explained more clearly, and some additional questions addressed. For example, what kind of political dynamics really influenced the Qing government’s Korea policy? What is the Sino-Japanese ” such as Yuan Shikai ae ff ct the Qing relationship at this time? How did an “Insider policy in Korea? Yuan Jian

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Published: May 29, 2015

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