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  • Háskólinn á Bifröst; Bifröst University; Félagsvísindadeild (HB); Department of Social Sciences (UB) (University of Iceland, 2015)
    Though nationalism has always been strong in Iceland, populist political parties did not emerge as a viable force until after the financial crisis of 2008. On wave of the crisis a completely renewed leadership took over the country’s old agrarian party, ...