Game Plan: The Geostrategic Framework for the Conduct of the U.S.--Soviet Contest

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Atlantic Monthly Press, 1986 - Geopolitics - 288 pages
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Arguing that U.S.-Soviet conflict is presently an endless game, the former National Security Adviser examines the geopolitical struggle for domination of Eurasia

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Game plan: a geostrategic framework for the conduct of the U. S.--Soviet contest

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Brzezinski, President Carter's National Security Adviser, has dusted off Halford McKinder's idea that control of the "Heartland of the World Island'' (Eurasia) means command of the world. In doing so ... Read full review


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Brzezinski served as National Security Advisor to the President of the United States from 1977-81. He is a counselor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and a professor of American foreign policy at the Paul Nitze School of Advanced

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