Nick Miroff

CorrespondentLatin America

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Cuba’s grand but long-disdained “Capitolio” has been getting a physical and symbolic makeover.

  • Jan 30, 2015

A letter marked the former leader’s first comments on the breakthrough deal toward restoring relations.

  • Jan 27, 2015

Some Cubans fear that America’s immigration benefits — which essentially treat anyone from the island as a political refu­gee — are in jeopardy.

  • Jan 27, 2015

The meeting sends a message of support as U.S. talks with the Cuban government continue.

  • Jan 23, 2015

But Havana wants a change in American migration policy.

  • Jan 21, 2015

There’s no clear successor to Castro, and the five men have youth, fame and revolutionary credentials.

  • Jan 18, 2015

The amount of marijuana seized at the Mexican border has fallen nearly 40 percent since 2011.

  • Jan 11, 2015

Persisting regulations feed firms’ anxiety. And Cuba may not want a flood of American firms.

  • Jan 11, 2015

As relations thaw between the two countries, drug-enforcement could be a source of further cooperation.

  • Jan 5, 2015

He interrupted regularly-scheduled programming 103 times last year, speaking for a combined 174 hours and 25 minutes, according to a year-end tally by El Nacional.

  • Jan 2, 2015
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Nick Miroff is the Washington Post's Latin America correspondent, roaming from the U.S.-Mexico borderlands to South America's southern cone. He has been a staff writer since 2006, reporting on politics, immigration, crime, and development in northern Virginia for the Post’s Metro desk until 2009. He earned a Master’s degree at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism (2006), and studied Spanish and Latin American Literature at UC Santa Cruz (2000). Miroff grew up in Albany, New York.
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