Individual research projects

German Solidarity Movements in Nicaragua - Political Restoration

Forschung

Projekte

Courtesy of the IHNCA

Sandinista Nicaragua and the Solidarity Movements in the Federal Republic of Germany and German Democratic Republic. Transnational Transfers, Ideas and Practices

Stefanie Senger

Associated PhD project

Soon after the Sandinista Revolution of 1979, solidarity movements in the FRG and GDR began to enthusiastically develop ‘their’ Nicaragua. By implementing aid projects in this central American country, they pursued political aims they could not have fulfilled at home.

Hans-Dietrich Genscher meets BKA President Paul Dickopf, photo credit: picture alliance / Manfred Rehm

Political Restoration. How the Federal Ministry of the Interior Helped Build Bonn's Democracy and Moved to the Right

Dominik Rigoll

Research project

How does it change a democracy when nationalist personnel are active in its institutions? This question arose with particular virulence in the early years of the Federal Republic.

Individual research projects

German Solidarity Movements in Nicaragua - Political Restoration

Forschung

Projekte

Courtesy of the IHNCA

Sandinista Nicaragua and the Solidarity Movements in the Federal Republic of Germany and German Democratic Republic. Transnational Transfers, Ideas and Practices

Stefanie Senger

Associated PhD project

Soon after the Sandinista Revolution of 1979, solidarity movements in the FRG and GDR began to enthusiastically develop ‘their’ Nicaragua. By implementing aid projects in this central American country, they pursued political aims they could not have fulfilled at home.

Hans-Dietrich Genscher meets BKA President Paul Dickopf, photo credit: picture alliance / Manfred Rehm

Political Restoration. How the Federal Ministry of the Interior Helped Build Bonn's Democracy and Moved to the Right

Dominik Rigoll

Research project

How does it change a democracy when nationalist personnel are active in its institutions? This question arose with particular virulence in the early years of the Federal Republic.