Sean Gabb

Sean Gabb is a British writer, lecturer and broadcaster. He is the author of War and the National Interest: Arguments for a British Foreign Policy

Author publications

Title Pub Datesort ascending Language
Boris Johnson: A Brief Evaluation 29.07.2019 English
What about the Workers? A Libertarian Answer 09.07.2019 English
Starve the System, Feed Yourself: The Joys of Buying Second-Hand 27.06.2019 English
THE CONSERVATIVES: USEFUL IDIOTS OR UNFIT FOR PURPOSE? 17.06.2019 English
The meaning of Christmas for the Orthodox and the Catholic traditions 25.12.2018 English
Britain: A World Power Again, if by Accident? 24.12.2018 English
“Which if not Victory is Yet Revenge” Thoughts on the Tory Apocalypse 03.12.2018 English
Theresa May: A Study in Bare-Faced Wickedness 21.11.2018 English
Thoughts on the Fallen 11.11.2018 English
The Environmental Scam: One Quick and Easy Response 09.10.2018 English
Theresa May: A Qualified Defence 18.09.2018 English
Jeremy Corbyn: A View from the Right 28.08.2018 English
Activism in Daily Life: Casting Votes that Count 27.08.2018 English
Death to America? 07.08.2018 English
IN PRAISE OF JEFF BEZOS 23.07.2018 English
Anti-Leftism: A Century of Failure 10.07.2018 English
STORIES FROM THE LIFE OF CHRIST 19.06.2018 English
The importance of Byzantium for the West 06.06.2018 English
Joan O’Hagen's Jerome and His Women: Review by Richard Blake 07.05.2018 English
Enoch Powell: The Man and his Politics 24.04.2018 English
THE NOT SO RESISTIBLE RISE OF JEREMY CORBYN 19.04.2018 English
The Futility of Electoral Politics 11.04.2018 English
BRIEF THOUGHTS ON “THE AENEID” 03.04.2018 English
Europe: A Simplification of the Issues 01.03.2018 English
Peter Tatchell and the Total State 16.01.2018 English

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