Why are some people and organisations more inventive, pioneering and successful than others?And why are they able to repeat their success again and again?
After eighteen years in the political wilderness, Pauline Hanson is back and more powerful than ever. Please Explain is a compelling, intimate look at how an Ipswich fish and chip shop lady changed the nation – and how she speaks directly to Australian society and our multicultural identity today.
A new Penguin Special on the problems of the world and how to prepare for tomorrow - from the greatest public intellectual of our times.
The story of perhaps the biggest miscarriage of justice in Australia
Corruption, dirty politics and murder in Russia - told by one of Putin's Most Wanted.
Naomi Klein - award-winning journalist, bestselling author of No Logo, The Shock Doctrine and This Changes Everything, scourge of brand bullies and corporate liars - gives us the toolkit we need to survive our surreal, shocking age.
It is a story of astonishing endurance - both physical and mental - which has already inspired people all around the world.
The most influential political writer alive today presents a state-of-the-world look at America's global power and politics.
One of the major history books of the autumn, by one of the world's most celebrated historians.
The unforgettable oral history of Soviet women's experiences in the Second World War from the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
The Cold War is at its most chill. Alec Leamas, a seasoned British Intelligence officer whose entire East German network has been arrested or shot, leaves West Berlin for London, believing his career is over.
How Australia was already made great again, and how we can remain so in the Time of Trump.
Resuming the narrative of his Pulitzer Prize-winning Ghost Wars, bestselling author Steve Coll tells for the first time the epic and enthralling story of America's military and diplomatic efforts to defeat Al Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan since 9/11
In a time where the fight for social justice can feel overwhelming, Gordon Whitman empowers readers to stand up with a purpose-driven mindset and effective strategy.
A former congressional staffer and Capitol Hill veteran recounts the colourful history of presidential advisers, showing how influential these unelected appointees have been.
An amalgam of political resistance and self-help
An examination of a world increasingly defined by disorder and a United States unable to shape the world in its image, from the president of the Council on Foreign Relations.
To all scribblers, daubers and assorted eggheads—a society’s real treasures.
The riveting autobiography from Australia’s inimitable Geoffrey Robertson. Funny, personal, and bringing Robertson's fascinating and colourful career up to date following The Justice Game.
Let's hear it for the Australian women who have shaped our history and are expanding our future!