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 Date Languagesort descending
British Politics: Waiting for the Revolution 16.12.2016 English
The Value of the Greek and Roman Classics 19.09.2017 English
Activism in Daily Life: Casting Votes that Count 27.08.2018 English
How to Win the Brexit Endgame: Further Advice to the Government 27.09.2019 English
British Media as mouthpiece of the authorities 08.10.2016 English
THE STATE OF THE NATION: WHAT IS TO BE DONE? 21.06.2017 English
Joan O’Hagen's Jerome and His Women: Review by Richard Blake 07.05.2018 English
Boris Johnson: A Brief Evaluation 29.07.2019 English
Viva Obama! A View from the English Right 13.04.2017 English
Europe: A Simplification of the Issues 01.03.2018 English
“Which if not Victory is Yet Revenge” Thoughts on the Tory Apocalypse 03.12.2018 English
The Meaning in England of the New Year 31.12.2019 English
Michael Gove and Harvey Weinstein: No Laughing Matter at the BBC 31.10.2017 English
Jeremy Corbyn: A View from the Right 28.08.2018 English
Boris Johnson: Draft Speech to the House of Commons on His Brexit Agreement 18.10.2019 English
The American Election through English Eyes 28.10.2016 English
LETTER FROM ENGLAND 1: SETTING THE SCENE 17.07.2017 English
STORIES FROM THE LIFE OF CHRIST 19.06.2018 English
Brexit: Is There a British Strategy? 19.08.2019 English
A Few Words on the General Election 03.05.2017 English
BRIEF THOUGHTS ON “THE AENEID” 03.04.2018 English
Britain: A World Power Again, if by Accident? 24.12.2018 English
The meaning of Christmas for the Orthodox and the Catholic traditions 23.12.2019 English
The Puritan Hypothesis and Charlie Elphicke 08.11.2017 English
Theresa May: A Qualified Defence 18.09.2018 English

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