Felicia Schwartz, Kana Inagaki, Demy Washington, Reporting from Tokyo
The United States and Japan are set to announce an extension of their security alliance into space to guard against attacks on satellites amid growing concerns over threats from China, U.S. officials said.
Japan and the United States are due to announce expanded security cooperation later on Wednesday in Washington. Lloyd Austin, US defense secretary, and Antony Blinken, US secretary of state, are in Washington for talks with Japan’s defense and foreign ministers, respectively.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida…