W. T. Whitney

W.T. Whitney Jr. is a retired pediatrician and political journalist living in Maine.

Chile’s Neoliberal Nightmare, New Constitution, and Daniel Jadue

Cuban President Closes Party Congress, Delivers Important Speech

Venezuela Border Conflict Mixes Drug Trafficking and Regime-Change Ambitions

Stopgap Methods Won’t Fix Migration Challenge

Recurring Political Crisis in Haiti Connects with US Racism

UN Report Condemns US Economic Sanctions Against Venezuela

To Normalize US-Cuban Relations, Restore Working Embassies

Cuba’s COVID-19 Vaccines Serve the People, Not Profits

Kerala Communists Serve the People, Look to Youth and Women

The Shortage of Black Physicians is a Legacy of Racism and Class-Based Discrimination

Indonesia was a Model for Anticommunist Massacres and the US Was Complicit

Confronting and Ending the US Blockade Against Cuba

US Plot Relying on Extradition Targets Peace in Colombia

The US Working Class Meets the Elections and Loses Ground

Chile’s Referendum Vote Should Advance Progressive Political Changes

Cuban Report Says U.S. Blockade Causes Much Grief and Immense Monetary Loss.

Cuba Responds to Pandemic, Blockade and New Economic Troubles

Medical Doctors Seek Social and Political Solutions for COVID 19 Crisis

Hitting at Venezuela: the Colombia/US Axis

Healthcare for the People: the Cuban Experience

Under Capitalism Black Lives Are Adrift and Vulnerable

“We Charge Genocide:” Forerunner at UN of Black Lives Matter

Trump Administration Wants to Deprive Cubans of Food

Oil Comes First in Peru, Not Coronavirus Danger, Not Indigenous Rights

US Must Return Its Political Prisoner Simón Trinidad to Colombia