W. T. Whitney

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

The U.S. Role in Removing a Revolutionary and in Restoring War to Colombia

Imprisoned FARC Leader Faces Extradition: Still No Peace in Colombia

Colombia and Cuba:  a Tale of Two Countries

Taking a Long Look Backward to Explain a Police Killing in Sacramento

Maine Campaign Against War and Corporate Rule Nears Climax

Notes on the Capitalist Origins of Racial Oppression in the United States

US and Allies Look to Military Intervention in Venezuela

Mystery Surrounds Trump Assault on Travel to Cuba

US Capitalism Lets Children and Mothers Die

José Martí, Soul of the Cuban Revolution

A Bizarre US Pretext for Military Intrusion in South America

U.S. Political Class Looks Away as Cuba Details Impact of U.S. Blockade

Two Storms Hit Puerto Rico: Maria and Colonialism

No Easing of US Vengeance Against Colombian Revolutionary Simon Trinidad

Defending Ana Belen Montes and Other Prisoners of Empire

How U.S. Capitalism Opened the Door to Racial Oppression

UNICEF Report: Class Divide Endangers Children in Rich Countries, Including US

Why Does the United States Beat Up On Capitalist Russia?

Mothers and Children are Dying: We Need Health Care for All!

Colonialist Assault on Puerto Rico and the Prospects for Independence

Murdered One Year Ago, Berta Cáceres Defended the Environment and Indigenous Rights

In Colombia Foreign-Owned Coal Mine Expands, Defenseless People Suffer and Die

The Fate of Prisoner Simón Trinidad, as Seen by His U. S. Lawyer

Solidarity From Cuba, Courtesy of the Revolution

Triumph of the Ruling Class Extremists: the Failure of the Colombia Peace Accords

When Women’s Lives Don’t Matter

Colombia’s Paramilitaries: Eye on the U. S. Government

Cuban Report Goes to United Nations, Foreign Minister Condemns US Blockade

Pastors for Peace Close to Losing Tax Exempt Status Courtesy of IRS Assault

Venezuela in Crisis: Too Much US intervention, Too Little Socialism

Murder Epidemic Halts Colombia’s Peace Process

A Modest Proposal: President Obama, While in Cuba, Check in on Julio Antonio Mella

Freedom of Thought in Colombia: the Story of Miguel Angel Beltran

Clouds Gather Over Bolivia’s Change Process as US Intervenes

Cuba, War and Ana Belen Montes

Yes, Peace in Colombia, But Will There be Justice?

The Case of David Ravelo: Justice, Impunity and Peace in Colombia

Colombian War May End Soon: FARC and Government Agree on Victims

The Tip of a Bloody Iceberg: Colombian Mercenaries in Yemen

Imperialists’ Colombian Allies Dodge a Bullet: Peace Talks Stall as Government Asserts Ruling-Class Priorities

The US’s Long War Against Puerto Rico

UN General Assembly in One Voice (Almost) Rejects U.S. Cuban Blockade

Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution, Expectations, and People’s Power

Why is the US Government Persecuting IFCO/Pastors for Peace Humanitarian Organization?

Cuban Government Describes Devastating Effects of U. S. Economic Blockade

What Causes Migrants to Leave and What is to be Done

By Their Words Ye Shall Know Them: the US Goal in Cuba

Unity for a Socialist and Revolutionary Colombia: Interview With Carlos Lozano

Colombia’s Fensuagro Union is Revolutionary, Persecuted, and Undaunted

The War in Colombia and Why It Continues