Dr Schultze-Kraft is a political scientist educated at the universities of Berlin, Heidelberg and Oxford. His areas of special interest are Latin American politics, comparative democratization and conflict resolution, civil-military relations, social policy and development, 19th and 20th century political theory.
Select writings: �The Quest for Democratic Civility: Pacification and Civil-Military Relations in Post-Conflict Central America�, D.Phil thesis, University of Oxford, 2001; �Pacificaci�n, relaciones c�vico-militares y democracia en El Salvador de postguerra: apuntes para el debate�, in Theorethikos, no. 2, year 1, March-April 1998; �Educational Policy and Reform in the Aftermath of Structural Adjustment in Latin America with Special Reference to the Cases of Chile, Nicaragua and Venezuela�, in Ruth Aedo-Richmond, ed., Current Research on Latin American Education, Kingston, 1998; �Democratization and Possible Democracy in Post-Revolutionary Nicaragua: Civil-Military relations under the Chamorro Administration (1990-1996),� M.Phil. thesis, University of Oxford, 1997.