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.
Net Game Boosts Vocabulary, Fights Hunger
Iran in Diplomatic Deadlock with U.S., Allies
Michele Kelemen on 'All Things Considered'
Bush to Host Israeli, Palestinian Leaders
Mideast Peace Meeting to Shape Rice Legacy
No Agenda Yet for Annapolis Peace Talks
Top Federal Inspector's Blackwater Ties Scrutinized
Expectations Drop for Annapolis Peace Summit
U.S. Running Out of Options with Pakistan
Michele Kelemen reports on President Bush's Dealings with Leaders of Pakistan and Turkey on All Things Considered
Diplomats Face Forced Assignment to Iraq
Rice Answers to Costly State Department Errors
Bush Rallies Support for Post-Castro Democracy
Rice Visits Bethlehem to See Palestinian Life
Rice Meets with Palestinians for Forum Preparations