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.
U.S., Cuba Continue Talks On Reopening Embassies
U.S.-Cuba Talks To Resume On Re-Establishing Diplomatic Relations
White House Says Fall Of Ramadi, Iraq, Is A 'Setback'
John Kerry Meets With President Putin In Sochi
Kerry Flies To Russia To Discuss Ukraine, Syria Conflicts With Putin
Abuse Allegations Against French Soldiers Raise Troubling Questions
New Opposition Leader Asks U.S. To Establish Safe Zones In Syria
In Yemen, U.S. Struggles To Navigate Complex Sectarian Landscape
U.S. Hopes Rift With Venezuela Won't Overshadow Americas Summit
Activists Urge U.S. To Evacuate Yemeni-Americans From Yemen
Negotiators Work To Sell Skeptics On Iran Nuclear Deal
Female Parliamentarians Urge Washington To Return Attention To Libya
Saudi Arabia Launches Airstrikes On Houthi Rebels In Yemen
Yemen's President Flees As Rebels Move South, Reports Say
Afghanistan Still Relies On U.S., President Ghani Reiterates