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Andrew E. Kramer

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July 2008: Journalist.


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Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) New York Times Source Feb 28, 2015

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Feb 28, 2015 Fear Envelops Russia After Killing of Putin Critic Boris Nemtsov

QUOTE: About two weeks before he was shot and killed in the highest-profile political assassination in Russia in a decade, Boris Y. Nemtsov met with an old friend to discuss his latest research into what he said was dissembling and misdeeds in the Kremlin... he wanted to publish the research in a pamphlet to be called “Putin and the War,” about President Vladimir V. Putin and Russian involvement in the Ukraine conflict

New York Times
Dec 27, 2010 Former Russian Tycoon Is Again Convicted

QUOTE: Seven years ago, Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky, Russia’s richest man, was jailed after challenging the authority of Vladimir V. Putin, who wanted the country’s post-Soviet tycoons to stop meddling in politics. On Monday, Mr. Khodorkovsky, still behind bars, was convicted on new charges of embezzlement in a case that has been widely viewed as an indicator of whether Russia will take even modest steps toward establishing a real rule of law.

New York Times
Aug 07, 2009 Professor Main Target of Assault on Twitter

QUOTE: The cyberattacks Thursday and Friday on Twitter and other popular Web services disrupted the lives of hundreds of millions of Internet users, but the principal target appeared to be one man: a 34-year-old economics professor from the republic of Georgia.

New York Times
Jun 27, 2009 Cyberwar: U.S. and Russia Differ on a Treaty for Cyberspace

QUOTE: Any agreement on cyberspace presents special difficulties because the matter touches on issues like censorship of the Internet, sovereignty and rogue actors who might not be subject to a treaty. United States officials say the disagreement over approach has hindered international law enforcement cooperation, particularly given that a significant proportion of the attacks against American government targets are coming from China and Russia.

New York Times
Jul 04, 2008 Lawyers Press Russian Case Against a U.S. Bank

QUOTE: A team of American trial lawyers sharpened their arguments Thursday that the Bank of New York Mellon should be held civilly liable for $22.5 billion in damages under United States law for a money-laundering scandal in the late 1990s that helped undermine the Russian economy.

New York Times