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.
Former State Department Officials Face Questioning Over Emails On Clinton Server
U.S. Diplomats Rally Behind Former U.S. Ambassador To Ukraine
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy Makes U.N. Debut Amid Controversy With Trump
Trump Again Emphasizes 'America First' Agenda At U.N. General Assembly
Persian Gulf Tensions Will Play Out On Sidelines Of U.N. Meeting
Pompeo Visits Saudi Arabia Following Oil Facilities Attack
Who Is Kelly Craft, The New U.S. Ambassador To The U.N.?
Trump Announces Ousting Of National Security Adviser John Bolton
Mideast Envoy Greenblatt Resigns
U.N. Report Includes A Long List Of Atrocities In The War In Yemen
The U.S. And The War In Yemen
Trump Wants Russia Back In The G-7, But Several Senators Say It Doesn't Belong
U.N. General Assembly Could Offer An Opportunity For U.S.-Iran Talks
Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo Tries To Rally U.N. Security Council To Counter Iran
Pakistan Sees U.N. Meeting On Kashmir As Promising 1st Step