“ One into which actors enter knowing that as a consequence they increase their vulnerability to other actors whose behaviour they do not control, with potentially negative consequences for themselves.”
Original bargain: the signatories forsake their right to acquire or develop nuclear weapons, limiting their capability of achieving national security by military means, in order to create stability in international field.
The original bargain demonstrates the presence of trust in the relationship between the signatories of the NPT. The countries increase their vulnerability, expecting others to act as they promised.
By pursuing the increase of its own security, through the development of nuclear weapons, Iran makes the other states less secure. That leads to the breach of trust in the NPT . Even if Iran intentions are benign, the signatories will see his attitude as a threat, and in consequence will react, acquiring nuclear weapons or imposing sanctions to Iran, that will be seen as hostile state.
The agreement demonstrates the will of Brazil and Turkey to re-establish trust among the signatories, preventing the instalation of a hostile environment that could lead towards the end of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Nevertheless, it does not guarantee a peaceful interaction between Iran and other countries– that will depend solely on Iran’s attitude.