Top of the Agenda: Iran Balks at Sanctions

Iran said UN Security Council sanctions

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passed this weekend were “illegal” and vowed to limit further cooperation with the IAEA. A government spokesman said Iran specifically planned to suspend adherence to the IAEA codes requiring countries to notify the agency of decisions related to its nuclear program (al-Jazeera).

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Meanwhile, Tehran said it might try fifteen British soldiers taken captive Friday for illegally entering Iranian waters (FT).

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British officials dispute that the soldiers were in Iranian waters.

CFR’s Matthew Levitt, in a new podcast, says Iran is already feeling a financial squeeze and that the U.S. should consider applying further pressure against Iranian banks.

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