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On Thursday the South Korean foreign minister, Kang Kyung-wha, suggested Seoul was increasingly willing to lift sanctions imposed in 2010 after the sinking of a navy corvette that killed 46 sailors. The move would be mostly symbolic since South Korea would still be required to follow United Nations sanctions, which cover much of the same areas.

Kang said “a review is under way” when asked about the measures that prohibit almost all inter-Korean exchanges outside of humanitarian assistance.

The remark drew criticism from Trump. “They won’t do it without our approval. They do nothing without our approval,” Trump said. In Washington, officials have vowed to maintain a “maximum pressure” campaign until the North denuclearises.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/11/trump-angry-after-south-korea-signals-it-may-ease-north-korea-sanctions?CMP=share_btn_tw
The sad part is that he's probably right. The United States has been treating Korea as a vassal state for decades. The only difference now is that Trump has the chutzpah to gloat about it.
 
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