Funeral services for Madeleine Albright were held Wednesday, April 27, at Washington National Cathedral. Among those in attendance were many including current US President Joe Biden, former Presidents Barack Obama with his wife or Bill Clinton with his wife, and US senators and politicians.
Biden delivered the farewell speech. He said the name of the deceased had become synonymous with the notion that the United States was “a force for good in the world.” “Today we pay tribute to the truly proud American who made all of us even more proud to be Americans,” he said.
Madeleine Albright was born in Brock, then Czechoslovakia. He is a graduate of the High International School of Research at Johns Hopkins University. He then attended Columbia University in New York City. There he received a master’s degree and a doctorate in public and government law.
Who is Madeleine Albright?
At the Russian Institute at the University, he was a student of Zbigniew Brzeziński (Polish-born American geo-strategist and diplomat, National Security Adviser to President Jimmy Carter from 1977-1981 – edition).
During his lectures, Brezinsky noted Albright’s diplomatic prowess in exploring Soviet policy in Central and Eastern Europe. Her interest in Soviet science was instilled in her by her father. Albright was the only person to approach Presinsky’s diary from the White House.
The second person is a professor many years later. Patrick Vaughan, a lecturer at the American Institute of Studies and Polish immigrant at the University of Jakilonian, was also the author of Brzezinski’s first autobiography. The political scientist was the first to approach his entire archive.
When Bill Clinton was re-elected President in 1996, Albright’s diplomatic career shone brightly. Earlier next year, the US Senate gave a positive response to his candidacy for the post of Secretary of State. With experience at the United Nations, Albright was ready for his new role. The senators unanimously supported him. It is a very rare event that the Senate has so strongly supported a presidential candidate.
Madeleine Albright played a key role in the NATO expansion for Poland. On March 12, 1999, he received admission documents from the Foreign Ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. From that moment on, Poland became a full member of NATO. Apparently, it was her idea to hold the ceremony in Missouri Independence. Freedom from the English language is freedom.
However, he arrived in Warsaw five years ago as US Ambassador to the United Nations. Together with US General John Shalikashvili, the leader of the coalition, they forced Poland to join NATO in express mode. The system of “alliance for peace” gradually integrated the Polish army into the structures of the alliance.
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