US, Japan and South Korea Boosting Mutual Security Commitments Over Objections of Beijing

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WASHINGTON — The United States, Japan and South Korea are set to sign on to a new security pledge, committing the three countries to consult with each other in the event of a security crisis or threat in the Pacific, according to Biden administration officials.

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