Some European countries effective in battle against Russian election interference

A country that recognizes it has a disinformation problem is more likely to be able to deal with a disinformation campaign. Finland, Estonia and a handful of other European countries have taken action against Russian influence operations, but the United States has so far lacked a firm and unified response to Russian interference, leaving it vulnerable to more attacks.

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Maryland senator calls for sanctions on Russia

Senator Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., called for automatic and swift sanctions on Russia with an examination of regional security, nuclear arms control and economic developments at the eighth annual Transatlantic Forum on Russia Thursday.

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China is a bigger threat to elections than Russia, officials say

China has become a bigger threat to the 2020 Presidential election than Russia, and its tactics to influence voting outcomes are different, top federal law enforcement officials said Tuesday at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on safeguarding elections.

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