About the Program
The bestselling biographer examines the life of the first female U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Jeane Kirkpatrick was a Georgetown University government professor and Democratic Party operative, who turned Republican. As a member of the Reagan administration, she helped develop the doctrine that was credited with winning the Cold War. Peter Collier discusses Dr. Kirkpatrick's life with her Georgetown University colleague, government and foreign policy professor, Angela Stent.