The three-year conflict set the stage for decades of tension on the Korean Peninsula, but today many Americans know little about it.
The strategy the president plans to outline Monday is at odds with his often-warm relations with the leaders of China and Russia.
The agreement would cover more than a quarter of the world’s economy. Leaders on both sides said it carried strategic as well as economic importance.
Security forces braced for more demonstrations against the U.S. decision to recognize the city as Israel’s capital.
It is hard to overstate the long history of Vietnamese antipathy toward the Chinese. But with the U.S. apparently withdrawing from the region, Hanoi can’t ignore Beijing.
Speaking in Beijing, President Trump said that the United States and China have the “power to liberate the world” from the North Korean “menace.”