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.
Sudan Rebels, Government Promise Peace Accord
Bush Ups Aid Commitment to Tsunami Victims
Relief Agencies Strive to Overcome Difficult Conditions
Blacklisted Russian Tied to Iraq Contracts
U.S. Pro-Democracy Funding to Ukraine Criticized
Violence Drives Aid Agency from Darfur
U.N.'s Annan Meets with Powell, Rice
Hopes Rest on Ambassador Bruton of the E.U.
Congress Offers Sudan $300 Million Aid Package
Ukraine Dispute Raises Tensions for U.S., Russia
Scowcroft: Bush Should Back U.N. Changes
U.S., Russia Weigh In on Ukraine Election Dispute
U.N. Report Calls for Expanded Security Council
The State Department After Powell
Government Finds Recruits Scarce for Iraq Aid Jobs