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.
Obama, Putin Continue Effort To Pause Fighting In Syria
Russia Holds Center Stage In Syrian Peace Talks
Syrian 'Cessation Of Hostilities' Agreement Met With Skepticism
Major Powers Agree To Implement A Cease-Fire In Syria
Kerry, Lavrov Agree On Need For Cease-Fire In Syria
Secretary Of State John Kerry Meets Russian Counterpart In Munich
At Munich Meeting, Kerry To Push For Cease-Fire In Syria
Obama To Host Colombian President Ahead Of Historic Peace Deal
Freed Journalist Jason Rezaian Thanks Colleagues At 'Washington Post'
U.S. Begins Implementation Of New Limits On Visa Waiver Program
As U.S. Hands Down New Sanctions On Iran, Will Goodwill Be Short-Lived?
Iran Swaps Prisoners With U.S., Reaches Implementation Day On Nuclear Deal
Iranian Release Of Prisoners May Be Part Of Broader Deal To Lift Sanctions
Aid Groups Confronted With Syria's Starvation Tactics
Secretary Kerry Highlights Diplomacy In Freeing U.S. Sailors Held By Iran