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.
NSA Leaker Case Causes Rift Between U.S. And Russia
Russia, U.S. At Odds Over Fate Of Edward Snowden
U.S. Faces Major Diplomatic Challenge In Extraditing Snowden
Russia And China Dinged In U.S. Human Trafficking Report
U.S. To Test The Waters With Iran's New President Rohani
U.S. Supplies For Syrian Rebels May Be Too Little, Too Late
U.S. To Provide Military Support To Opposition In Syria
Russian Rockers Visit Washington To Lobby For Band Mates
Sen. McCain Urges U.S. To Do More For Syrian Rebels
Samantha Power Picked To Take Over For Rice At U.N.
Can U.S. And China Carve Out Peaceful Future In Asia?
Egyptian Court Verdict Complicates Relations With Washington
Missile Shipment To Syria Complicates Kerry's Push For Peace
Myanmar Leader's Visit To Washington A Historic Occasion
Revisiting U.S. Commitment To The Middle East