Trump's last-minute moves against China complicate Biden's agenda
By Amy Quin
The Trump administration cast its barrage of moves against Beijing, in its waning days, as necessary to stand up to China's authoritarian leadership.
Among its final acts, the administration declared that Beijing was committing genocide against Uighurs and other Muslims in a far western region. It held a video conference between a senior U.S. envoy and the president of Taiwan, the self-ruled island claimed by Beijing. And it jettisoned long-standing guidelines limiting exchanges with Taiwanese officials.