Michele Kelemen A former NPR Moscow bureau chief, Michele Kelemen now covers the State Department. Her reports can be heard on all NPR News programs — from Morning Edition to All Things Considered.
At Congress, Group Urges U.S. to Act on Ugandan Violence
U.S. Submits New U.N. Punishments for N. Korea
Bush Defends Diplomatic Record with North Korea
United Nations Weighs North Korea Response
S. Korean Is Lead Candidate for U.N.'s Top Spot
Chavez Calls Bush 'Devil,' Assails U.S. Policies
Iran, U.S. Talk Past Each Other at U.N.
Bush U.N. Speech to Focus on Middle East
South Korean President Visits White House
French Contribution to U.N. Force Disappoints
U.N. Security Council Divided on Lebanon Plan
Bolton Confirmation More Likely Now Than in 2005
Rice: No 'False Promises' in Middle East
U.N. Meets in Emergency Session on Lebanon
Security Council Can't Move on North Korea