Daniel Bútora, a journalist, manager and educator. He was the director of the Slovak broadcasting department of Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty. He is an editor of the weekly magazine Týždeň. He is also a co-worker of the Conservative Institute.
Tomáš Zálešák, a political scientist, advisor to the Chairman of the parliamnet (The National Council of the SR) (since 2002), co-worker of the Conservative Institute.
Bill Baker, an analyst for the Association for Social Reform in Košice and a co-worker of the Conservative Institute.
František Šebej, former Chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee of the House of Nations of the Federal Assembly of the CSFR (1990 – 1992), former Chairman of the Committee for European Integration of the National Council of the SR (1998 – 2002), a foreign policy analyst and editor of the weekly magazine Týždeň, leader of the analytical group of the Conservative Institute dealing with foreign policy and diplomacy.
The publication objective is to help eliminate false myths about the United States remaining in our minds. We do not want to create new myths and replace one type of myths for another. Our ambition is to offer a realistic picture of American society and policy. The authors are familiar with the American reality and want to share their knowledge and views with others.
The publication was issued within the project Transatlantic relations: USA, Europe and Slovakia with the financial help of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The publication is available only in Slovak language here as an Adobe Acrobat PDF.