Iceland’s proposed circumcision ban sparks a bigger fight over rights

Opinion: Laws, even if they’re ethical, have to be enforceable in a civilized society, and should not divide. Iceland’s potential ban fails on both

Eliza Reid on life as Iceland’s Canadian first lady

Eliza Reid on presidential perks, what binds northern nations, how she proposed, and Björk

The silent power of landscape

From Iceland to Australia, documentary film is turning the setting into the story, says film critic Brian D. Johnson

One picture, nearly a thousand words: Lessons from Iceland

What a protest in Reykjavik over the Panama Papers reveals about post-recession economics

Jon Gnarr, Iceland’s most unlikely of mayors

Book review: Gnarr! How I Became The Mayor Of A Large City In Iceland And Changed The World


Battle to block Internet porn heats up in Iceland

A new centre-right coalition government in Iceland is being pressured to block online pornography, in a battle that is pitting arguments of free speech against those of gender equality.


In Iceland, it’s good politics to be nice to the elves

Apparently, they can save lives–and political careers


Canada should embrace the loonification of Iceland

New economic, social and political ties between the countries are all good incentives


How not to date a cousin in Iceland

An online database helps islanders determine their genealogy

A new model for dealing with collapse?

Iceland: a new model for dealing with collapse?

Thanks to unorthodox measures, the economy is bouncing back


Iceland considers relegating smokes to the pharmacy

Cigarettes would only be available with a prescription