Iceland has been experiencing a major financial crisis this year which has seen unprecedented measures by its government. One of these measures has included a proposed loan from Russia worth €4 billion. This and other actions such as nationalisation of its major banks has invited international reactions including a move from Britain. A set of articles explains the situation.
Britain's anti-terror laws can be deployed for all sorts of ends — as Iceland has just discovered. Writes Connor Gearty for the Guardian.