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Today, we’ll share a few quick reflections on our conversations with you throughout the week. I’ll bring you an insight that came up on our call with Uri Friedman: Russian hacking, surprisingly, hasn’t been an issue for the Germans. We’ll talk about the niche beats The Atlantic has covered over the years. And I’ll share some of your responses to the history of the Korean War.

But first, some of you have written in about our conference-call system. We heard you! We’re moving to a new system for our next call. Part of what that requires is that you register in advance. Fortunately, we’ve got a hot topic that a lot of you have asked about: Russia. On Monday, September 25, at 1 p.m. EDT, we’ll be talking to Julia Ioffe, an Atlantic staff writer who has been covering Russia for years. Here are your to-dos.

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