W. T. Whitney

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

Monsanto’s Chemical War in Colombia

Simon Trinidad, Imprisoned, Connects with Colombian Peace Process

U. S. Interventions in Venezuela, Peru, and Paraguay

The American Fingerprints on Colombia’s Dead

Child Health Care and the Class Divide

Who Will Stand With Venezuela?

No Peace for Colombian Political Prisoners, Yet

Rethinking Solidarity with Cuba

Will Ebola Finish Off the US blockade of Cuba?

A Colombian Prisoner of Empire

How US Immigration Policies Endangered Central American and Cuban Children

Socialist Cuba Exports Health Care, Gains Important Recognition

Fixing U.S. Intervention Capabilities in Cuba

The Momentum of FARC

Rescuing Disposable Children

Slavery, Cotton and Imperialism

How Florida Reactionaries Undermine Venezuelan Democracy

Is the Cuba Blockade Ending?

Cuba: 55 Years of Ideas and Truth

Much Ado About a Handshake

Peace Prospects in Barrancabermeja, Colombia

On the Warpath in Venezuela

Princeton University Confronts Meningitis Epidemic Preventable in Cuba

Maine Writer Explains Support for Cuban Five

The War in Iraq: an Assessment

Challenging the Blockade of Cuba

The People’s Fight in Honduras

The Real Story of the Cuban Five

Resistance in Catatumbo

In Search of Peace With Justice in Colombia

The Ghosts of Colombia

A New Hope for Peace in Colombia

Gaitán, OAS, and Cuba

Guatemala’s Reign of Terror