I have already commented (here, here and here) before that Brzezinski is in charge of American Foreign Policy under Obama and in particular orchestrating what is going on now in Ukraine against Russia. Brzezinski was co-author with Sam Huntington– the author of Clash of Civilizations– of a book on Political Power: USA/USSR (1965).
Zbig and Sam were both ahead of me in the PHD Program in Political Science at Harvard, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Government. Harvard gave tenure to Sam and denied tenure to Zbig, who then went to teach at Columbia. I and many other students at Harvard refused as a matter of principle to study with Sam because he was a die-hard Vietnam War Monger. And Zbig was a well-known ex-patriate Pole who hated the Russians with a passion. So I never bothered to read their book figuring it was not anything better than anti-Soviet and pro-American propaganda.
Years later Huntington wrote an article in Foreign Policy (2004) against Latinos arguing that they were diluting the White Anglo-Saxon Protestant Values and Culture of America, which I read. It did not surprise me at all that Sam wrote such bigoted and racist garbage and that Foreign Policy would publish such bigoted and racist garbage by Sam, which he later turned into a book. Foreign Policy was originally funded by the Ford Foundation, a front-organization for the CIA. Sam and Zbig have always been in tight with them all.
In any event, at the end of Clash of Civilizations, after confronting the Muslim world in the Mideast in order to steal their oil, Sam then has the US “pivot” to confront China. The book ends with a war between the US and China. It is this Brzezinski-Huntington Policy that we are now seeing put into operation by the Obama administration both in Ukraine against Russia and against China at the same time. Can World War III be far behind?
Professor Francis A. Boyle is an international law expert and served as Legal Advisor to the Palestine Liberation Organization and Yasser Arafat on the 1988 Palestinian Declaration of Independence, as well as to the Palestinian Delegation to the Middle East Peace Negotiations from 1991 to 1993, where he drafted the Palestinian counter-offer to the now defunct Oslo Agreement. His books include “ Palestine, Palestinians and International Law” (2003), and “ The Palestinian Right of Return under International Law” (2010).