Reykjavík City Hall welcomes a fresh newcomer this term in Sanna Magdalena Mörtudóttir.
Agriculture tends to be romanticized in Iceland, covering up the harsh realities faced by many farmers. Changes are on the horizon but where is the industry headed?
Ingibjörg Sólrún Gísladóttir spent 28 years in politics before taking up a role with UN Women in Kabul, Afghanistan. She now heads the organization’s newly-established Europe and Central Asia office in Istanbul, Turkey.
With the government’s intent to terminate the negotiation process,the nation is once again up in arms: Should Iceland join the European Union?