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South Korea is in the process of reviewing a 20-30 percent increase to its contributions for U.S. defense of the country from 1.04 trillion won (roughly $900 million) to 1.3 trillion won, The Korea Herald reported Jan. 16, citing unnamed sources.
South Korea has conveyed U.S. President Donald Trump's birthday wishes to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after the U.S. president asked Seoul to deliver the message during a meeting with South Korean national security official Chung Eui Yong in Washington, Yonhap reported Jan. 10.
Several international oil companies have taken precautions to limit their exposure to U.S.-Iran tensions in the Middle East by either evacuating staff from sensitive areas, such as Iraq, or aborting oil tanker crossings through the Strait of Hormuz, Reuters reported Jan. 7.
Groups representing South Korean victims of Japanese wartime forced labor have called for a bilateral government-supported consultative body to resolve historical and legal issues dividing South Korea and Japan, Hankyoreh reported Jan. 7.
The South Korean constitutional court unanimously ruled Dec. 27 that a 2015 South Korean-Japan "comfort women" deal did not create a binding treaty between the two governments, meaning victims can continue to seek compensation from Japan, Yonhap reported.
The U.S. government could ease up on its demands for a fivefold increase in payments in exchange for the basing of U.S. troops in South Korea after Seoul indicated it would purchase more U.S. weapons, among other things, the Chosun Ilbo reported Dec. 26, citing unnamed sources who spoke Dec. 25.
North Korea is reportedly looking to take an increasingly hard-line stance toward the United States, which could include Pyongyang taking potential denuclearization off the table and strengthening its nuclear power status, CNN reported Dec. 23, citing an unnamed source.
The Japanese government has removed export restrictions on photoresists to South Korea ahead of a Dec. 22 meeting of trade ministers and a Dec. 24 summit between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae In, Yonhap reported Dec. 20.