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.
War on Terror Strips U.S. of Moral High Ground
Iran's President Causes Stir at Columbia
Inspector General Allegedly Blocked Probes
Scholar Held in Iran Returns to Work in D.C.
What's Behind Iran's Release of Americans?
U.S. Relations with Iran Remain Cool
Released Activist Returns to United States
U.S. Considers Aiding Mexico in Drug War
Good Intel Could Remove Al-Qaida, Bush Says
Kosovo Leaders Meet Rice on Province's Status
President Bush Plans Mideast Peace Summit
U.S. Convicts Colombian Rebel of Hostage Taking
State Dept. Scrambles to Clear Passport Backlog
Sudan Ambassador Often Shunned
U.S. Diplomat Gets 'Constructive Dissent' Award