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MONDAY, June 18:
Belarus: Carnegie Endowment hosts a discussion titled "Belarus: Stable Instability?" in Washington.
G20: The Group of 20 summit meeting begins in the Mexican resort of Los Cabos (to June 19).
Iran: Moscow holds next round of talks on Iran's nuclear program (to June 19).
Kosovo/Bulgaria: Kosovar Prime Minister Hashim Thaci visits Sofia (to June 19).
OSCE: The Dublin Conference on Internet Freedom opens to explore key issues related to Internet Freedom (to June 19).
OSCE/Armenia/Azerbaijan: The foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia together with the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs hold a meeting in Paris.
UN: 20th regular session of the Human Rights Council opens in Geneva (to July 6).
World: Oslo Forum 2012, the annual gathering of some of the world's most eminent senior mediators, opens (to June 19).
TUESDAY, June 19:
Pakistan: United States Institute of Peace hosts a discussion titled "Pakistani Media: Getting Beyond the Hype" in Washington.
UK/Iraq: Chatham House hosts a discussion titled "Iraq: Searching for Stability in an Unstable Region" in London.
U.S./Russia: U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee is scheduled to vote on Magnitsky bill.
U.S.: U.S. State Department releases its annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report.
WEDNESDAY, June 20:
Finland/Russia: Finnish President Sauli Niinisto visits Russia to attend the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (to June 22).
Kosovo: Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington holds a roundtable discussion with President of the Assembly of Kosovo Jakup Krasniqi.
Pakistan/Russia: Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari visits Russia to attend the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (to June 22).
UK/Russia: Chatham House hosts a discussion titled "Russia's Rotten Core: Money, Politics, and the Rule of Law" in London.
UN: World Refugee Day.
U.S./Iran: Wilson Center hosts a discussion titled "Should the United States Change, Contain, or Engage Nuclear 'Outliers' Iran and North Korea?" in Washington.
World: Rio De Janeiro hosts the Earth Summit 2012.
THURSDAY, June 21:
Russia: Amnesty International launches report on impunity in the North Caucasus.
Russia: International Economic Forum opens in St. Petersburg (to June 23).
Russia: The 34th Moscow International Film Festival opens (to June 30).
South Caucasus: European Policy Center hosts a discussion titled "Euro-Atlantic Integration and the South Caucasus -- How Far, How Deep, How Fast?" in Brussels.
U.S./Iran: Hudson Institute in Washington hosts a discussion titled "When Iran Gets the Bomb: What Will It Do? What Will Others Do? What Will Be the Costs?"
SATURDAY, June 23:
World: The IPI World Congress 2012, themed "Media in a Challenging World: A 360 Degree Perspective," opens in Trinidad and Tobago (to June 26).
SUNDAY, June 24:
APEC: The 10th APEC Energy Ministerial meeting opens in St. Petersburg (to June 25).