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How Iceland liberated itself from finance

It is possible to cut finance down to size and emerge from the crisis. To make the banks pay without falling foul of European rules. And even to convince the IMF of its strategy. Giacomo Gabbuti looks at the lessons from Iceland While they were turning off the lights at that circus that is Davos, Iceland … Continue reading

Iceland’s Revolt Wants to Go Viral

Iceland has suffered much like other nations during the global financial crisis, but the Icelanders’ struggle to overcome the disaster has taken on historic dimensions that are relevant to all countries, says Andrew Sullivan. Read on at Counterpunch

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