Brzezinski was born on 28 March 1928 in Europe to Montreal, Canada in 1938 before World War II. Tadeusz retired from politics in 1944 when the Communists occupied his home country, so his family settled in the Canadian countryside., . His father , a diplomat, moved his family from
Zbigniew Brzezinski earned two degrees from Canada’sand then, in the United States, earned a from . He began his teaching career at Harvard and then .
Throughout the 1960s, Brzezinski worked foras his adviser and then the administration. During the 1976 selections, he advised Carter on foreign policy, then served as National Security Adviser from 1977 to 1981, succeeding . As NSA, he assisted Carter in diplomatically handling world affairs, such as the , 1978; normalizing through the late 1970s; the , which led to the , 1979; and the , 1979.
For his role in politics, Brzezinski earned thein 1981 and later the US in 2016. He has lately taught at the and worked as a counselor for the .
Brzezinski wrote multiple books and some articles, including several from the 1950s.
Brzezinski was survived by his wife Eileen and his three children: daughter Mika and sons and .
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