Wills, Jacob

Jacob Wills
1 December 2012Review

C Hurst & Co, 2012; 224pp; £18.95

Written in response to an international rising tide of anti-Roma racism, this collection of articles analyses the shift towards the politics of the far Right in Europe over the past six or seven years. A timely contribution to the much-neglected study of this oppression, it ranges from detailed case studies of the effects of state policy, to the examination of how the discourse of neo-Nazism divides communities.

Europe’s largest minority, with an estimated population of 10 million,…