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In “From the Archives”: with the snap election in Britain this week, we take a look back at our conversation just after Theresa May was elected prime minister – and some speculation that Russian hackers may have played a role in last year’s stunning Brexit vote.
- David Rennie Washington bureau chief and Lexington columnist, The Economist.
- Jennifer Golbeck Director of the Social Intelligence Lab and associate professor, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland; author, "Introduction to Social Media Investigation"
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