The governments of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are all some form of parliamentary democracy.
This page has information on the governments of the individual countries, as well as their participation in intergovernmental bodies. Though all countries have information in English, which is often quite substantial, more comprehensive information is often available in the countries' home languages.
There are three autonomous regions within the Nordic countries: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are constituent countries of the Kingdom of Denmark, and the Åland Islands is an autonomous region within Finland.
(All pages in English)
Denmark, Finland, and Sweden are members of the European Union. These pages are in the countries' home languages.
The Nordic Council is a body for international cooperation between the five countries, dealing with a number of economic and cultural areas