Recode's Peter Kafka talks to three reporters about the realities of covering the war in Ukraine and sorting truth from disinformation -- from the ground, from afar, and online.
In Ukraine: CNN’s Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward discusses the challenges of war reporting in 2022, everything from planning food and exit routes to working with a remote team to analyze online videos.
In DC: Puck co-founder and Washington correspondent Julia Ioffe talk about how hard it is to learn what Russians think about what's going on, and how long she expects the war to hold the American people's interest.
Finally, Jane Lytvynenko, a senior research fellow at Harvard's Shorenstein Center, gives us a crash course on Russia’s history of disinformation dissemination. She also tells us about Telegram, which essentially functions as “Eastern European Twitter."
Featuring: Clarissa Ward (@clarissaward), Chief International Correspondent for CNN
Julia Ioffe (@juliaioffe), Co-Founder and Washington Correspondent for Puck
Jane Lytvynenko (@JaneLytv), Senior Research Fellow at Harvard's Shorenstein Center
Host: Peter Kafka (@pkafka), Senior Editor at Recode
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