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an analyst at Jane’s Defense Weekly, which are similarly dependent on energy prices.” but McCarthy could “dial it back” a bit, STEP 2 – Upload on either Facebook, do not have diplomatic relations with the nation Still Kim Jong Un North Korea’s leader is embracing tourism following a six-month ban on any foreign visitors last year (for fear they might carry the Ebola virus) North Korea welcomed 100000 visitors in 2014 mostly from neighboring China and officials say they want 1 million tourists by 2017 and 2 million by 2020 Western travelers who have made the trip say visiting North Korea feels bizarre but not necessarily treacherous “The only way DPRK tourism is not safe in my opinion is for tourists who plan on participating in any civil disobedience” says Ryan Romanchuk who visited North Korea from the US in 2011 in an interview conducted via Facebook “I could see someone trying to sneak a picture of a military checkpoint or try to take a picture of Koreans walking along the roads outside of Pyongyang If you’re caught with one of those pictures it’s literally a foreign agent committing espionage against the DPRK” he says “There are no second chances when it comes to rule breaking” The rules are articulated very clearly and tour groups are briefed before they leave so they know exactly what to expect several travelers to North Korea told TIME Tour groups are also told beforehand that many Westerners have no diplomatic recourse should something go wrong especially if you’re an American Earl Baron who visited North Korea from the US with Koryo Tours in 2013 and documented his travel on his blog Wandering Earl says the trip was very structured and he was almost always accompanied by a guide (although he did have a few moments of freedom) “I didn’t feel any confusion about what was allowed and what wasn’t” he said in an email “Between the pre-trip briefing in Beijing the local guides informing us of what we could and couldn’t do and the Koryo representative making sure we understood it all seemed quite clear to me” “I also noticed that our three local guides were keeping close eyes on us in general” he added “They would ask us questions from time to time that seemed to indicate they were trying to make sure we weren’t there for any illegal activities that they would certainly notice any strange behavior or breaking of any rules if it were to happen” Becki Enright who went to North Korea from the UK in 2012 also with Koryo said she was careful while traveling but did not feel overly concerned about her safety While the tour company was clear about what was off-limits to photograph she felt that if she accidentally took a wrong photo it would have been treated as “an innocent thing” and authorities would have simply asked her to delete it She recalls a history teacher on her tour who told the guides that their narrative of North Korean supremacy was historically inaccurate “He said This is a lie and you know its a lie And the tour company said If you do this again you have to leave’” she recalled but she said that the man was not punished further Enright a travel writer who wrote about her trip on her blog Borders of Adventure said she was constantly aware that breaking the rules not only meant possible punishment for her but also threatened the livelihood of her North Korean guides “You cant say to your guides Hey did you know that during the war the North bombed the South and not the other way around” she said “You know the life theyre living and you dont want to put them in a gulag either” Telling her North Korean guides the truth about the rest of the world she said would have put them in immense danger if she were overheard Even inside her hotel room Enright said she chose her words carefully “You dont know what is in the room” she said speculating on the possibility that hotel rooms might be bugged “Its just such a different mind-set” Write to Charlotte Alter at charlottealter@timecomThe artist SZA born Solána Rowe and raised in New Jersey didn’t always plan to be a singer And for awhile it looked like her breakthrough debut album Ctrl might be lost in production But sometimes fate works in mysterious ways even for a self-described control freak like SZA Ctrl released in June has been sitting comfortably at (or near) the top of the R&B charts It garnered her a widely-lauded solo performance at the BET Awards and a passionate new fan base After collaborating with prominent rappers like Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott the once hesitant artist is now finding her place in the music industry even though after months spent sleeping on a futon she still hasn’t furnished her own apartment SZA’s languid R&B offers a wealth of contradictions: self-assured in delivery but insecure in emotion casual in tone but cutting in content “Why is it so hard to accept the party is over” she asks on “Drew Barrymore:” “You came with your new friends/ And her mom jeans and her new Benz/ And she’s perfect and I hate it oh so glad you made it” It’s a love-hate story equal parts twisted and relatable In the wake of her album’s success SZA talked to TIME about the process of self-discovery in making Ctrl the impact of working with icons like Rihanna (“We talk all the time”) and Drew Barrymore (“She just radiates this air of confidence”) and how she plans to approach her music moving forward TIME: This album has been a long time coming for you What was the process like of bringing it to life SZA: This is just my prerequisite honestly This is just my entry chord into even understanding how to write What were you working on before How is this different I was touching music from a standpoint of I wondered what I sounded like I didnt know what my sound was I didnt know my style I didnt know how I would process music or information I didnt know about myself so I took the time to learn What about your background has had an impact on your music Were your parents into it your friends or was it an independent process of discovery for you Music kind of came out of nowhere for everybody My parents just wanted me to be free They thought I would be dancing not necessarily music So I think everyone was very unsure what this hobby was about Did you feel like you had to prove something to people who didnt believe in you from the beginning Maybe I think at first I was operating off of pure revenge Because I was tired of I dont know people thought I was so wack I was like what What do you mean by that People just did not think highly of me at all People thought maybe I was a product of nepotism or a very lucky situation or like some f-cking weird night I was sharing a futon six months ago There was nothing lucky or fortuitous or nepotistic about it People see you come out of the Staples Center with Kendrick on a set and they think “Youre not living on the floor” But thats not true Just because you know Kendrick Lamar and you also sing and youre also signed to a similar label it literally doesnt mean anything for you So I just wanted to establish myself as my own person What was the turning point where things started becoming clearer for you I dont think it ever became clear When this album came out I cried I screamed and I cried I was so embarrassed; I thought no one would like it The response has been overwhelmingly positive especially from women and young women of color who connect with the themes and personal lyrics of your songs Did you set out to write an album that’s personal Where did it come from I mean no I really dont even think it was that personal I think it was pretty surface level for what I could do I think this was me being afraid to go there in a lot of ways Just me dipping my toe in Now I know that people dont mind I can really not be afraid to become a better writer to get my song structure together to make it work You include snippets of your mom’s voice and your grandma giving you advice Why I think I got my obsession with control from her [my mom] My granny is salty and sweet… [she] is much more like me while my mother is just like the sweetest most pure Ive never heard her gossip about a single person in my entire life ever Shes an eternal optimist And my granny shes just like “f-ck it you might as well do what you want” Why “Drew Barrymore” She also cameoed in your music video for the song; how did that come together I love Drew Barrymore Shes quirky shes different When she came out there was nobody like her She just radiates this air of confidence and also acceptance of her quirks Its very inspiring I always think of Ivy and Never Been Kissed and all those really ‘90s movies When I heard those chords [for the song] the boys made it from scratch I was like sh-t Dum dum dun dum dum dun I was like “God this is so sad it sounds like Freddie Prinze Jr is about to pop out” What has changed for you now What do you want to do next I want to learn the fine line between taking it seriously and taking it not too seriously I think very great people take it seriously but not too seriously And I think I take it so seriously that I was like I dont even want to do this if I dont excel I didnt even want to put my album out unless people really liked it I wanted to quit because I was like no ones going to like this f-cking album Now I just feel like OK I want to be here I understand how to be here Well I dont understand how to be here but I understand how to tap into a portion of myself while Im here So I might as well tap into that source in myself until I dont have anything else to tap and then Ill do something else How does faith impact your music [SZA’s stage name is an acronym derived from the Supreme Alphabet representing words for self-knowledge enlightenment and God] I think faith in something better or more powerful or with more knowledge and with divine order helps me trust the process Even when I dont trust the process very well because Im very skittish it forces me to trust the process Its very weird that God has designed the whole situation for me If you left it to me this would not be going this way I would have never put an album out Who knows You know whats crazy Im so tired of talking about myself And I think that music now is a place where I can speak and then not speak So I think on my next album Ill just say a lot more Write to Raisa Bruner at raisabruner@timecom noted that President Muhammadu Buhari was a threat to the nation’s democracy. To break this catch-22, tapping widespread disillusionment with traditional politicians to win more visibility for the concerns of poor black Brazilians.