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Emil Hirsch | Hungary: Authoritarianism, Anti-Semitism & Holocaust Revisionism Under Orban's Rule

July 19th, 2020

Authoritarianism, the rise of anti-Semitism and Holocaust revisionism in Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Hungary.

A special edition on America's Roundtable with Emil Hirsch, Shareholder in the Washington DC office of Carlton Fields and one of the top rated attorneys in Washington, DC. | |


"While the world addresses the coronavirus pandemic, we are observing the resurgence of anti-Semitism and Holocaust revisionism in Europe, specifically in Eastern Europe which is experiencing the erosion of the rule of law." said Natasha Srdoc, co-host, America's Roundtable and co-founder, International Leaders Summit. "We are truly honored to have Emil Hirsch join us on America's Roundtable and providing an important update on what is transpiring in Europe with a strategic focus on Hungary. It is vital for leaders and engaged citizens in the United States and Western Europe to give greater attention to the challenges within Eastern Europe and the dangerous rise of anti-Semitism and Holocaust revisionism. We must never forget that six million Jews were murdered on Europe's continent. Emil Hirsch, a leading voice on this vital issue of our day provides an important briefing and explains how these problems left unaddressed, could lead to a further crisis."


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