President Biden to ramp up three-way Japan, South Korea ties in sign to China


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US President Joe Biden on Friday will announce new security cooperation at a first-of-a-kind three-way summit with the leaders of Japan and South Korea, hoping to send a message of strength to China which has already made clear its displeasure. The summit at the Camp David presidential retreat in the mountains west of Washington would have been unimaginable until recently, with the two treaty-bound US allies at loggerheads for decades over the legacy of Japan’s harsh 1910-1945 occupation of the Korean peninsula. But South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, taking political risks at home, has turned the page by resolving...