Festival talks by Shaun Walker

103. TWISTING THE VOTE: RUSSIA AND THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL ELECTION RIGGING

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Russian interference in foreign elections has been headline news since the US presidential elections in 2016, however this is not a new phenomenon and Russia is not alone in its efforts to influence the results of another country’s elections. Calder Walton, from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, Joyce Hakmeh of Chatham House and Shaun Walker, the Guardian’s central and eastern Europe correspondent will shed light on international election rigging, past and present, chaired by Michael Crick.

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