The money boom that led to the financial crisis has changed Icelanders’ values.
The banking crash there has hit not only their enviously high standards of living, but the heart of their national identity.
They are bouncing back though, reforming their democracy and doing some soul-searching.
We look at that in this edition of Reporter. Click on the link above to see the programme.
- 1Safety fears surround the world’s oldest atomic power plant
- 2Rising Crystal meth industry winning drugs war
- 3“Any time somebody uses these legal high drug, they’re playing Russian roulette”
- 4Legal and lethal: the rise in deaths from new-wave drugs
- 5Expert says Europe needs better teamwork to fight drugs war
- 1Rising Crystal meth industry winning drugs war
- 2Safety fears surround the world’s oldest atomic power plant
- 3Legal and lethal: the rise in deaths from new-wave drugs
- 4Remembrance of things past in Haiti and Cambodia
- 5“The effects from legal highs were so much more than any other drug I’ve ever tried”
Speeding ahead – EU plays catch-up as new drugs flood into Europe
Expert says Europe needs better teamwork to fight drugs war
Rising Crystal meth industry winning drugs war
A Ukrainian nuclear power plant and the containment of a disaster
Radiation continues to ‘muddy the waters’ in the Sea of Kyiv