Publications

Books
2015. Sandor Fabian, Irregular Warfare, The Future Military Strategy for Small States, CreateSpace Amazon Independent Publishing Platform.

Peer-reviewed journals
2019. Sandor Fabian, “The Russian Hybrid Warfare Strategy: Neither Russian Nor Strategy,” Defense & Security Analysis, Volume 35, Issue 3, September 2019, 308-325.
2018. Sandor Fabian, “NATO Special Operations Forces: Even If It Is Not Broken Yet, It Needs to Be Fixed,” Special Operations Journal, 4:2, 188-201.
2018. Sandor Fabian, “Why Does David Sometimes Defeat Goliath? Effects of Military Culture on the Outcome of Asymmetric Wars,” Florida Political Chronicle, Vol 26. No 1.
2016. Sandor Fabian, “To Change or Not to Change,” Combating Terrorism Exchange Journal, Vol. 6, No 4.
2015. Sandor Fabian, “The Comprehensive Approach: A Silver Bullet or the Loch Ness Monster,” Combating Terrorism Exchange Journal, Vol. 5, No 4.
2015. Sandor Fabian, “Hybrid Warfare-Revisited,” Combating Terrorism Exchange Journal, Vol. 5, No 1.
2013. Sandor Fabian, “Learning from the Enemy: Alternative Afghan Security Forces,” Combating Terrorism Exchange Journal, Vol. 3, No 1.
2013. Sandor Fabian, “Alternativ Vedelmi Strategia Kis Allamoknak,” Sereg Szemle, XI. evfolyam, aprilis-szeptember.
2013. Sandor Fabian, “Tanuljunk az ellenségtől: alternatív megoldás az afgán biztonsági erők számára” Honvedsegi Szemle, 141. évfolyam. 6. Szám.

Edited Volumes:
2017. Sandor Fabian, “Asymmetric Warfare: To Reform or not to Reform that Must not be the Question,” Asymmetric Warfare 2017 Conference Proceedings.

Public Commentary
2020. Sandor Fabian and Doreen Horschig, “Beyond The Open Sky Treaty” Duck of Minerva
2020. Sandor Fabian, “Total Defense, Revisited: Unconventional Solution to the Problem of Conventional Forces” Modern War Institute at West Point
2017. Sandor Fabian, “Harom a Magyar igazsag: Gondolatok a Zrinyi 2026 program kapcsan,” Biztonsagpolitika.hu.
2015. Sandor Fabian, “The Revolution is coming,” Global Special Operations Forces Foundation Newsletter.

Working papers
Sandor Fabian “Building Foreign Militaries – An IMET Case Study in Hungary”
Sandor Fabian “Training for Peace – U.S. Foreign Military Education and Training Programs and State Aggression”