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This kind of deep engagement is what it will take to affirm our collective commitment to participatory democracy, despite the renewed threat of interference at the polls.

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We need a global democratic alliance to set norms, rules, and guidelines for technology companies and to agree on protocols for cross-border digital activities including election interference, cyberwar, and online trade.

The problem with GPS is that those signals are extremely weak by the time they reach Earth, and are easily overwhelmed by either accidental interference or electronic warfare.

After the revelation, one senator resigned and the government passed a law targeting foreign interference.

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“It protects against political interference — it’s important,” Sharfstein said.

Finally free of Japanese interference, Korea elected its first autonomous government in almost half a century.

They were able to purchase weapons and plot attacks on the island without much interference.

Allowing the protests to go on with little interference was always a high-stakes gamble.

“The sole beneficiary of foreign interference in Syria is the Assad regime,” the group argued.

The families of the missing aid workers worry that Italian interference will put their daughters at risk, too.

On Louis thanking the minister for his generous interference, Sinzendorff took his hand.

The King arrived in Naples bent on maintaining his crown and on allowing no interference from the Emperor.

As far above the interference of man as is the government of the external universe, is that designated the covenant, as ordained.

This time there was no interference, and Ney so severely wounded his adversary that he was unable to continue his profession.

In Scotland a railway manager was rarely worried by outside interference in the management of his men.


On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interference, such as: conflict, intervention, intrusion, obstruction, tampering, and arrest.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.