Roman Joch, Civic Institute, Prague
Matúą Petrík, a lawyer, works for the Free Society Institute
Martin Thomay, a student of economics, works for the Free Society Institute
The publication is a record of the debate among Roman Joch, Matúą Petrík and Martin Thomay which took place at the Conservative Institute in Bratislava on December 4, 2003. The debate was hosted by Jaroslav Daniąka, a co-worker of the Conservative Institute.
Is an active foreign policy good for freedom? Should we implement isolationistic or non-intervetionalistic foreign policies? Is it good, if a country primarily watches over its own freedom but secondarily also over freedom of friendly countries or should such a country care exclusivelly only for its own freedom? These are only few questions, answers to which were searched for by Roman Joch as a conservative and Matúą Petrík and Martin Thomay as libertarians.
The publication was issued within the project To NATO with Our Head Up and Eyes Open with support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The publication is available only in Slovak language here as an Adobe Acrobat PDF.