MONDAY, March 1:
Balkans: Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic's trial resumes at the international tribunal.
Official Site: International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
Iran/IAEA: Board of Governors of the IAEA meets, with Iran at the top of the agenda (to March 5).
Official Site: International Atomic Energy Agency
Russia: President of Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev visits Paris (to March 3).
Background: "Medvedev, Sarkozy to discuss Iran and European security" (ITAR-TASS)
Ukraine: Viktor Yanukovych pays his first foreign visit as Ukrainian president to Brussels.
TUESDAY, March 2:
Moldova: Vienna hosts the first meeting on Transdniester settlement under Kazakh OSCE Chairmanship.
WEDNESDAY, March 3:
Kazakhstan/Russia: Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov visits Moscow (RIA Novosti).
THURSDAY, March 4:
Armenia/Turkey: U.S. congressional panel votes on a resolution to label the WWI-era massacre of Armenians by Turkish forces as "genocide."
Russia: The European Court of Human Rights hears a case brought against Russia by shareholders of the collapsed oil firm YUKOS.
FRIDAY, March 5:
Turkmenistan: Eurasian Transition Group (ETG) hosts a roundtable discussion on Turkmenistan in Vienna.
Ukraine/Russia: Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych visits Moscow.
SUNDAY, March 7:
Iraq: Parliamentary elections in Iraq.
Background: "Iraq’s Kurdish Region Gears Up For National Vote" (RFE/RL)
Ukraine: IMF’s technical mission visits Kyiv.
Official Site: The International Monetary Fund