| Jeane Kirkpatrick |
(neoconservative, “terror expert”)
|Born||Jeane Duane Jordan|
November 19, 1926
Duncan, Oklahoma, U.S.
|Died||December 7, 2006 (Age 80)|
Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.
|Alma mater||Stephens College, Barnard College, Columbia University, University of Paris|
|Children|| • Douglas Jordan Kirkpatrick|
• John Evron Kirkpatrick
• Stuart Kirkpatrick
|Spouse||Evron Maurice Kirkpatrick|
|Founder of||European Foundation for Democracy|
|Member of||Action Council for Peace in the Balkans, American Enterprise Institute, Balkan Action Committee, Committee for the Free World, Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, Committee on the Present Danger/Members, Council on Foreign Relations/Historical Members, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Freedom House/Board and Staff, International Republican Institute/Board and Staff, Le Cercle, PRODEMCA|
|Party||Democratic, (until 1980), Republican, (1980–2006)|
- Greg Grandin, Mid-Wife of the Neocons, Counterpunch, 9 December 2006
- Jeane Kirkpatrick and the Great Democratic Defection, by Richard V. Allen, New York Times, 16 December 2006.
She was an advisor of the Endowment for Middle East Truth.
Promoting the "War On Terror"
She attended the 1984 Washington Conference on International Terrorism.
Deep political Connections
She attended Le Cercle. She was a member of the ultra conservative National Security Advisory Council (NSAC) of the Center for Security Policy, together with Cercle attendees Ed Feulner and Donald Jameson.
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1981||15 May 1981||17 May 1981||Switzerland|
|The 29th Bilderberg|
|Washington Conference on International Terrorism||24 June 1984||27 June 1984||US|
|A key conference in establishing the "War On Terror", 5 years after the seminal Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism|
- Harold Jackson, Jeane Kirkpatrick Obituary The Guardian,9-December-2006, Accessed 14-March-2009