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.
New U.N. Secretary General Has All the Right Moves
The Shifting U.S. Policy on Somalia
Parliamentary Elections Key to Serbia's Future
U.N. Votes to Impose Sanctions on Iran
No End in Sight to Darfur Conflict
U.S. Delegation Probes Cuba for Hints of the Future
Stars Come Out for Darfur Refugees
Prosecutor Briefs U.N. on Alleged Crimes in Darfur
Bush Meets With Iraq's Sunni Vice President
Annan's Top Humanitarian Aide Leaving U.N.
Kofi Annan Bids Farewell to U.N. Duties
Bush Visits State Department to Talk Iraq Policy
Iraqi Moderate Finds He Can't Go Home Again
U.N. Authorizes Force to Guard Somalia Government
Iraq Report's Push for Middle East Talks Draws Fire