Nick Miroff

CorrespondentLatin America


If the U.S. gives up Guantanamo, what would it lose?

  • May 15, 2015

The two countries remain on track to renew diplomatic ties severed by Washington in 1961.

  • May 12, 2015

Founded in 1916, the town defied the Cuban government’s caricature of predatory capitalism.

  • May 5, 2015

It's okay to trust that your Cuban partner loves you. But it's even better to verify it with a private detective.

  • Apr 23, 2015

He helped bring about the reconciliation between Havana and Washington.

  • Apr 22, 2015

A former Chilean officer is accused of torturing and murdering folk singer Victor Jara in 1973.

  • Apr 17, 2015

With new access to the U.S. market, the island’s entrepreneurs are raring to go. If they can get online.

  • Apr 15, 2015

Cuba may wait for Obama's terrorism-list removal to take effect before looking to reopen embassies.

  • Apr 15, 2015

Q&A on what it means that U.S. will reopen its embassy in Havana.

  • Apr 14, 2015

Reconciliation between the U.S. and Cuba will happen much sooner than reconciliation among Cubans

  • Apr 11, 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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