For days, U.S. President Barack Obama has been careful not to say much about the crisis in Iran, lest the United States be accused of meddling. But on Wednesday, Iran leveled that accusation, saying America is guilty of “intolerable” interference — a charge immediately rejected by the State Department.
The Iranian authorities continue to crack down on the opposition, with reports of new arrests. There were also new warnings from the Revolutionary Guard against Web sites and bloggers spreading word about the dispute.
Suzanne DiMaggio, the director of policy studies at The Asia Society, joins Martin Savidge to discuss Iran’s accusation, the flow of information from Iran and how events may play out.