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Newsweek: U.S., South Korea, Japan to Enter New Security Pact at Camp David Summit 

The United States has agreed to new security ties with Japan and South Korea in a historic trilateral pact aimed at countering threats from China and North Korea, according to a senior Biden administration official. 

President Joe Biden will announce the new security framework with South Korea President Yoon Suk Yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at a trilateral summit Friday at Camp David, the presidential retreat that has served for decades as the site for high-profile summits between the U.S. and key partners around the world.  

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WNU Editor: China is responding to this summit …. China blasts US-Japan-South Korea summit, warns of ‘contradictions and increasing tensions’ (AP). More here …. China warns of ‘increasing tensions’ ahead of US-Japan-South Korea summit (The Hill).  

Update: I am also not expecting this …. U.S.-Japan-South Korea Summit: Don’t Expect an ‘Asian NATO’ (Time). 

White House Says US, South Korea And Japan To Deepen Military And Economic Ties At Camp David Summit  

US hails ‘new era’ of Asia Pacific relations as Biden hosts historic summit with Japan and South Korea – live — The Guardian
 

US, South Korea and Japan to deepen military and economic ties at Camp David summit — Reuters
 

US announces new multiyear military exercise plan with Japan, South Korea ahead of summit — FOX News
 

Camp David Trilateral Summit Cements US-Japan-ROK ‘Commitment to Consult’ in a Crisis — VOA
 

US-Japan-ROK to make ‘pledge’ to consult each other in security crises — Breaking Defense