Foreign Affairs LIVE featuring Zbigniew Brzezinski

Speaker:
Zbigniew Brzezinski Counselor and Trustee, Center for Strategic & International Studies; Author, “An Agenda for NATO,” Foreign Affairs (September/October 2009)
Presider:
James F. Hoge Jr. Peter G. Peterson Chair and Editor, Foreign Affairs
Description

Please join Zbigniew Brzezinski for the first Washington installment of the Foreign Affairs LIVE series. The series brings together authors, Council members, and friends of the magazine, for timely, in-depth discussions on significant global issues. At this meeting, Dr. Brzezinski will offer insight into his recent Foreign Affairs article “An Agenda for NATO,” which examines NATO’s history and next course of action, as well as his thoughts on the broader challenges confronting U.S. foreign policy.


To view “An Agenda for NATO,” by Zbigniew Brzezinski, please click on the following link:
http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/65240/zbigniew-brzezinski/an-agenda-for-nato

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