War & Peace: Russia’s Election Subversion at a (Long) Glance

The New York Times has put together a handy graphical timeline of Russia’s plot to interfere with the 2016 election. It’s meant to be an at-a-glance review of the myriad actions, news stories, indictments, presidential tweets and events surrounding the plot and the fallout.

Even with the synopsis-style treatment, it’s still a long read. That speaks more to the sheer volume of Russia’s actions and long-term outlook toward intelligence operations, and less to the Times’ ability to keep it brief.

Moscow plays such a long game that any effort keep the story short and sweet runs into Tolstoy-length territory. Still, the Times’ valiant effort to make the epic plot bite-size is a worthy investment of time to read through, if only to understand the depth of the threat we’re facing as a country.

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