Base conversion and arms destruction

Results: 7

Marc von Boemcken, Defence conversion: Dead duck or still a relevant object of study?, 2017

In Working Paper 7\2017, the author Marc von Boemcken analyzes the evolution of Conversion Studies from the Cold War to the post-Cold War period and discusses some of the reasons for the demise of the discipline in the new millennium. Based on a consideration of the strengths and weaknesses of... more

Susanne Heinke, Ehemalige militärische Liegenschaften im urbanen Raum - Konversion für die Zukunftsstadt, 2017

On 19 May 2016, BICC hosted the one-day international expert workshop “Former military sites in urban space—Conversion for the city of the future?” in Bonn. BICC Knowledge Note 1\2017 documents the results. The workshop hoped to find answers to the question which impulses the conversion of former... more

Andrea Licata, Commentary \ "Military barracks for profit? A critical reflection on conversion in Italy", 2015

Dr Andrea Licata, political scientist from Italy and Associate Researcher of BICC, comments on the Italian politics of base conversion. His criticism of only state budget driven approaches to bases closures is that they “disregard the potential of former military sites at the local level” and “deny... more

Susanne Heinke, Konversionsforschung im Praxistest - Liegenschaftskonversion in Deutschland und Westeuropa, 2015

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of BICC on 10 April 2014, the Center organised the expert workshop “Conversion Studies put to the test—Base conversion in Germany and Western Europe”. BICC Knowledge Note 1/2015 documents the contributions to and discussions of the workshop (in German). 25... more

Lars Wirkus, Ländlicher Raum kommt schlecht weg, 2012

In: Städte- und Gemeinderat, Ausgabe 7/8 more

Lars Wirkus, Liegenschaftskonversion reloaded, 2011

In: Friedens Forum, Zeitschrift der Friedensbewegung, Nr. 4, Aug./September, pp. 48–50. more