A former adviser to the US President for national safety James Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski died in 90-m to year of life. About this newspaper The New York Times.
As reported by the daughter of the late, Mika Brzezinski, her father died on Friday, may 26, in hospital Inova Fairfax Hospital in falls Church, Virginia.
Zbigniew Brzezinski was born in 1928 in a family of Polish diplomats in the 1950s became a citizen of the United States, where he made an academic career.
Brzezinski was doing research in the field of sociology, political science and philosophy. Special attention is paid to the study of the USSR and the socialist countries against the “Soviet expansion”.
In the years 1977-1981 Brzezinski held the position of national security adviser in the Carter administration. Actively advocated for the provision of the US administration’s full support to the Afghan Mujahideen who fought against the Pro-Soviet regime. Later, he advocated the expansion of NATO to the East.
Brzezinski contributed to the formation and work of the Tripartite Commission and forum of political and business leaders from North America, Europe and Japan.