A chronological list of all my articles, including the entire Guantanamo archive

Andy Worthington: An Archive of Guantánamo Articles and Other Writing – Part 18, January to June 2015

3.3.16

Please support my work! This article is the 18th in an ongoing series of articles listing all my work in chronological order. It’s a project I began in January 2010, when I put together the first chronological lists of all my articles, in the hope that doing so would make it as easy as possible […]

Andy Worthington: An Archive of Guantánamo Articles and Other Writing – Part 17, July to December 2014

22.11.15

Please support my work! Friends, This article is the 17th in an ongoing series of articles listing all my work in chronological order. It’s a project I began in January 2010, when I put together the first chronological lists of all my articles, in the hope that doing so would make it as easy as […]

Andy Worthington: An Archive of Guantánamo Articles and Other Writing – Part 16, January to June 2014

25.3.15

Please support my work! Welcome to the 16th chronological list of all my articles, since I began working as an independent journalist in 2007 — about Guantánamo and related topics, and other themes involving social justice. Please support my work if you can with a donation! I first began researching the Bush administration’s “war on terror” […]

Andy Worthington: An Archive of Guantánamo Articles and Other Writing – Part 15, July to December 2013

14.7.14

Please support my work! Over eight years ago, in March 2006, I began researching and writing about the Bush administration’s “war on terror” prison at Guantánamo and the 779 men (and boys) held there since the prison opened in January 2002. Initially, I spent 14 months researching and writing my book The Guantánamo Files, based, […]

Andy Worthington: An Archive of Guantánamo Articles, Other Campaigning and Photos – Part 14, January to June 2013

8.12.13

Please support my work! Nearly eight years ago, I began researching Guantánamo and the 779 men (and boys) held there, writing about them, and campaigning to get the prison closed. I spent that first 14 months researching and writing my book The Guantánamo Files, based, largely, on 8,000 pages of documents publicly released by the […]

Andy Worthington: An Archive of Guantánamo Articles, Other Writing and Photos – Part 13, July to December 2012

24.11.13

Please support my work! Next March it will be eight years since I gave my life over to chronicling Guantánamo and the 779 men (and boys) held there, and campaigning to get the prison closed. I did this initially through my book The Guantánamo Files, and, for the last six and a half years, I […]

Andy Worthington: An Archive of Guantánamo Articles and Other Writing – Part 12, January to June 2012

3.10.13

Please support my work! Since March 2006, I have been researching and writing about Guantánamo and the 779 men (and boys) held there, initially through my book The Guantánamo Files, and, since May 2007, as a full-time independent investigative journalist, assiduously chronicling the crimes of the Bush administration, and for the last four years and […]

The Guantánamo Files: An Archive of Articles — Part Eleven, October to December 2011

30.1.12

Please support my work! Since March 2006, I have been researching and writing about Guantánamo and the 779 men (and boys) held there, first through my book The Guantánamo Files, and, since May 2007, as a full-time independent investigative journalist. For three years, I focused on the crimes of the Bush administration and, since January […]

The Guantánamo Files: An Archive of Articles — Part Ten, July to September 2011

3.1.12

Please support my work! For nearly six years, I have been researching and writing about Guantánamo and the 779 men (and boys) held there over the last ten years, first through my book The Guantánamo Files, and, since May 2007, as a full-time independent investigative journalist. For three years, I focused on the crimes of […]

The Guantánamo Files: An Archive of Articles — Part Nine, April to June 2011

7.7.11

Please support my work! For over five years, I have been researching and writing about Guantánamo and the 779 men (and boys) held there over the last nine and a half years, first through my book The Guantánamo Files, and, since May 2007, as a full-time independent investigative journalist. For nearly three years, I focused […]

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Investigative journalist, author, campaigner, commentator and public speaker. Recognized as an authority on Guantánamo and the “war on terror.” Co-founder, Close Guantánamo, co-director, We Stand With Shaker. Also, singer and songwriter (The Four Fathers) and photographer.
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