Bestselling author Yanis Varoufakis (And the Weak Suffer What They Must?, Talking to My Daughter) and rock-star economist shares his forward-thinking views on the challenges facing European democracy and the universal truths they tell about the state of global politics in conversation with George Megalogenis.
After entering politics during the Greek financial crisis in 2015, Yanis quickly became one of the most relevant and radical political figures of our times. The former Greek finance minister and self-described ‘libertarian Marxist’ is globally recognised for his progressive politics and divisive opinions on democracy, liberty and capitalism – and his excoriating attacks on the international economic establishment.
In 2016, Yanis took on the growing far-right movement in Europe by co-founding the Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 (DiEM25). The pan-European cross-border group offers “European solutions to European problems” from debt to poverty, and tackles toxic nationalism and xenophobia. The group was elected into Greek parliament in July 2019.
The Ratline: Love, Lies and Justice on the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive is the exhilarating follow-up to the bestselling East West Street from Philippe Sands, who sets out to uncover what happened to Nazi fugitive Otto von Wächter. Philippe – a professor of law and practising barrister who has worked...
An explosive and unforgettable novel, Sweetness and Light confirms Liam Pieper’s place as one of our country’s finest, sharpest writers. Racing from the beaches of Goa to the streets of Delhi and the jungles of Tamil Nadu, we meet an expat Australian grifter running low-stakes scams and an...
In the newest contribution to the Writers on Writers book series, author and The Monthly's Contributing Editor Richard Cooke turns his attention to the seminal Australian travel writer Robyn Davidson. Robyn’s bestselling Tracks recounted her solo walk from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean in...