Seeing Through the Fog of War by Talking With Andrew Kramer, the Kyiv Bureau Chief of the New York Times

From a New York Times story by Carole Landry about “Seeing Through the Fog of War”:

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24 was a seismic event. The war deeply unsettled security in Europe and around the world, with ricocheting effects on energy, food and the global economy. Nearly 10 months on, the loss of lives has been staggering on the battlefield and the suffering of millions of Ukrainian civilians is still growing.

For our last newsletter of the year, I reached out to Andrew Kramer, our Kyiv bureau chief, to get his insights on the state of the war and what we might expect in 2023.