SEOUL -- South Korea's main opposition party has demanded that the government submit detailed plans for the $1 billion allocated in next year's budget for inter-Korean projects. The tactic is meant to force the Moon Jae-in administration to be transparent about whether it intends to skirt international sanctions on North Korea.
N Korea at crossroads
South Korean opposition threatens president's peace budget
Moon Jae-in challenged to show that he is not violating international sanctions