Today I organized a seminar on North Korea by inviting Waseda University Professor Toshihiko Kinoshita as the main speaker, who made the following points: 1) Anything can happen about North Korea. Meanwhile the six party talks will keep pressing North Korea to compromise on the nuclear issue. 2) Everyone is afraid of the collapse of the North Korean regime, and trying to facilitate a regime change, but there appears to be no effective means to achieve it. 3) No solution may be possible by negotiations, because North Korea won't give up its nuclear weapons and the Bush Administration won't guarantee the survival of the current North Korea regime or won't stop financial sanctions against North Korea. 4) In view of the problem of Iran and possible terrorism, the current North Korea situation is not permissible, and something has to give. Thus, anything can happen.