Category Archives: Slovak Writings

Written as or while an adviser to the Slovak Government

National Sovereignty or EU Membership: Which is the Least Bad Option? (2014), by Sean Gabb

FLC119, Looking for Truth Among the Propaganda: Towards a Critical Reading of the Media, Sean Gabb, 12th January 2004

Sean Gabb – Writings on Slovak Affairs, 1991-93

Free Life 22, April 1995, Two Books on Eastern Europe Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 19, November 1993, Against Identity Cards, by Sean Gabb

Slovak Anti-Semitism: The Sorry Truth (1993), by Sean Gabb

How to Keep Drugs out of Wenceslas Square (1993), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 18, May 1993, Sean Gabb Reviews “Fundamental Karate” by Aidan Trimble and Dave Hazard

Free Life 18, May 1993, Editorial Jottings, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 17, January 1993, Editorial Jottings, by Sean Gabb

Why the Czechs Need Their Mate (1992), by Sean Gabb

Czechs, not Slovaks, Headed for Trouble (1992), by Sean Gabb

Report on the Political Situation in Slovakia (1992), by Sean Gabb

The Slovak Question: A Candid View (1992), by Sean Gabb

Don’t Confuse Germany’s Wealth with Present Policy (1992), by Sean Gabb

Report on Conditions in The Czecho-Slovak Federative Republic (1992), by Sean Gabb

Czechoslovakia: Not Boiling Yet – Only Hot (1992), by Sean Gabb

Extremists Consolidate Slovak Gains (1992), by Sean Gabb

A Programme for the Slovak Christian Democratic Party (1992) Sean Gabb and Nina Jurewicz

Of Meciar and Machiavelli: Slovakia and Germany (1992), by Sean Gabb

Czechoslovakia: Bad News for Britain (1992), by Sean Gabb

On Being a Christian in Slovakia (1992), by Sean Gabb

A Christian Case for the Free Market in Slovakia (1992), by Sean Gabb

The Case against Price Control in Slovakia (1992), by Sean Gabb

Reply to an Attack by Zuzana Szatmary (1991), by Sean Gabb

Economic and Political Reform in Slovakia: A Comparative Overview (1991), by Sean Gabb