Japan, the United States and South Korea have a long, and sometimes troubled, history. (Getty Images) WASHINGTON — Military, civil and commercial cooperation in space will be among the myriad agenda items during the first trilateral summit among US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol on Aug. 18 at Camp David, according to government sources.

Driving joint operations between the two Pacific nations — each a key regional ally to the US — has been a goal for many administrations over the last 40 years. But historical enmities, especially around Japan’s […]

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