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The Past, Present and Future of Election Interference November 30 Event

On November 30, Hudson Institute hosted a discussion on election interference in NATO countries. Panelists included Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity Co-chairs Anders Fogh Rasmussen and Michael Chertoff, as well as former Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations Allan Rock. The discussion was moderated by Hudson President and CEO Ken Weinstein.

Election interference has increasingly become a concern in North America and Europe. Combatting cyberattacks, misinformation campaigns, and other strategies that seek to alter the outcome of elections is a top priority for many NATO countries, but more coordination and cooperation is still needed to ensure the security and preserve the legitimacy of these electoral systems.


Anders Fogh Rasmussen Speaker

Co-Chairman, Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity

Michael Chertoff Speaker

Co-Chairman of the Transatlantic Commission on Election Integrity

Allan Rock Speaker

President Emeritus and Professor of Law, University of Ottawa

Kenneth R. Weinstein Speaker

President and CEO, Hudson Institute

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