Kirkpatrick, Jeane - (United States)

ID: 243700
Organisation: LeC
Land des Treffens: unknow im Jahr unknow

Diplomat and political scientist who played a major policy role in the foreign policy of the Ronald Reagan administration. An ardent anticommunist, she was a longtime Democrat who became a neoconservative and switched to the Republican Party in 1985. After serving as Ronald Reagan's foreign policy adviser in his 1980 campaign, she became the first woman to serve as United States Ambassador to the United Nations.

Kirkpatrick served on Reagan's Cabinet on the National Security Council, Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, Defense Policy Review Board, and chaired the Secretary of Defense Commission on Fail Safe and Risk reduction of the Nuclear Command and Control System. She wrote a syndicated newspaper column after leaving government service in 1985, specializing in analysis of the activities of the United Nations

Professor: Georgetown University (1967-)
US Ambassador to the United Nations (1981-85)
US National Security Council (1981-89)
Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
Member of the Board of IDT (-2006)

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