Paul Fontaine

Reykjavik Grapevine

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Iceland may seem remote to most Americans, but it’s subject to political forces just like the rest of Europe — and to social media, just like the rest of the world.  That’s one reason…

Behind the political success of Iceland's 'Pirate Party'

Iceland may seem remote to most Americans, but it’s subject to political forces just like the rest of Europe — and to social media, just like the rest of the world.  That’s one reason…

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