Trust presentation ágatha - week 12

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  • Nice Job Aghata,
    This slid share you`ve made is really incredible; it has really summarized the text that we have to read. You have created a good connection of your thoughts and what you wanted to say.
    As Raysa said I agree that if you have put a little bit of images it would have been more illustrative. But it is just a point of view, your presentations is really good! Hope you could present it someday on a UN`s forum. Wish you could do that!
    All the colors that you`ve used have made the slides really mature and compromising.
    Congratulations and according to Romulo, Thanks for the knowledge you provide us!
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  • Ágatha, dear, what else can I say after all the insightful comments your classmates have made below? Well, congrats on your job. I would only just tell you to use a smaller amount of text in each slide, because it is sometimes hard to read all that is written in the slide and follow the presenter. The amount of text might deviate the attention of your audience. Also, I would include an extra slide in which you present the outline of the presentation (probably the second one). I also feel that your should articulate the parts of the presentation more squarely with the text you read. But the way it is, it is a very good presentation.
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  • Ágatha,

    already in the beginning of the presentation there's one thing that shows it follows the right path to a good work: emphasizing in a clear way the main points of the whole idea.
    Your slideshow got the actual points of the proposal of the work. Moreover, you did keep a close approach of the Iran issue to the text about trust and with the concepts of trust we have learned from it.
    The presentation speaks for itself and exposes your position from the middle to the end, with a very concise and clear position, firmly supported by the ideas developed. The amount of text along the slide, in my opinion, was enough and precise, as well as the design: it's clean and easily read.
    It is really hard to find a way to improve even more your work. Really excellent.

    Kisses from Felippe.
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  • Agatha, your presentation is really simple, direct to the subject, and yet very rich.
    It mentions the main aspects of the treaty between these countries,
    the importance and the association with the trust concept.
    visually, it is a relaxing, easy -to-read presentation,
    that divides the text in a way to properly explain each of the main topics on the issue.
    I would only to suggest a personal conclusion in order to improve the results and
    see the authors own thoughts on the subject.
    Congrats!
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  • Dear Ágatha,

    As Romulo said, you provide us very good data about Brazil in this negotiation.
    The text clearly speaks for itself and the use of topics makes the text more simple and easy to read.
    The use of pictures to ilustrate it would be nice, but I really don´t miss them here. The simple layout is soft and cute.
    The text connection with other information is perfect.
    Congratulations honey.

    Love you my sister,
    Ray
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Trust presentation ágatha - week 12

  1. 1. TRUST Brazil-Turkey-Iran Agreement
  2. 2. Trust <ul><li>Rationalist approach </li></ul><ul><li>Binding approach </li></ul>
  3. 3. Rationalist approach <ul><li>‘ Encapsulated interest’; </li></ul><ul><li>What constitutes the relationship as trusting in his account is the structure of pay-offs;  </li></ul><ul><li>Trusting relationships which depend solely upon interest-based calculations are vulnerable to changes in the pay-off structure of the interactions; </li></ul><ul><li>Actors entering into a trusting relationship must operate with a particular view of the ‘shadow of the future’ that rewards cooperation rather than defection. </li></ul>
  4. 4. Binding approach <ul><li>The binding approach to trust rests on the notion that actors will honour their promises. </li></ul><ul><li>It puts emphasis on the normative meaning that the relationship has for those who establish it. </li></ul><ul><li>To trust is to expect that the other party or parties will do what is required to begin and maintain the relationship, because they value both its existence and its continuation. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Brazil-Iran-Turkey agreement Why supporting this initiative
  6. 6. Peaceful purposes on the agreement <ul><li>Brazil and Turkey are unlikely seen as nuclear threats on International scenario, as opposed to Iran which is famous for its aggressive statements and its intentions to develop its nuclear complex. Nevertheless Iran has now accepted its commitment with “Iran’s rights and obligations under the NPT”. </li></ul><ul><li>The agreement means a diplomatic breakthrough on establishing trusting interactions and cooperation with that country. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Pulling out of international isolation <ul><li>The initiative from Brazil and Turkey on a deal with Iran conforming to Iran’s interests and the building of a new branch of peaceful global trusting network brings Iran back to global scenario. </li></ul><ul><li>Not the status of nuclear threat, nor the nuclear bombs shadow, but pacific relations arrangement that will help projecting Iran as a partner, as a country that deserves the commitment of investments. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Nuclear fuel exchange <ul><li>Iran will send to Turkey the amount of 1200 Kg of low-enriched uranium (LEU) and there will be a cooperation between Iran and IAEA on observing safekeeping of the LEU in Turkey. </li></ul><ul><li>The amount of LEU that will be shipped to Turkey constituted approximately 75 percent of Iran's entire stockpile back in October. </li></ul><ul><li>“ Can you imagine, Iran is entrusting Turkey with its biggest card. History will record this,” Mahalli said. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Creating an atmosphere of interaction and cooperation <ul><li>While Iran has been suspicious of European and American maneuvers and proposals, out of a fear that the ultimate objective of the West is to eliminate Iran's enrichment program, that suspicion is unlikely to arise in a Brazilian-sponsored deal due to Brazil's own nuclear program and self-interest in ensuring that Iran's nuclear rights aren't inhibited and turned into a legally binding precedent . </li></ul><ul><li>In fact, the Turkish-Brazilian-Iranian agreement explicitly endorses Iran's right to enrichment, a position the US has refused to officially accept.  </li></ul>
  10. 10. Overcoming obstacles <ul><li>But against all odds, Turkey and Brazil seem to have succeeded in resolving the most critical obstacle in the Iranian nuclear stand-off: the issue of trust. Both through the modalities of the new deal as well as by virtue of who they are, Turkey and Brazil have succeeded in filling the trust gap. </li></ul>
  11. 11. Resources <ul><li>Trusting International Affairs – Jan Ruzicka and Nicholas J. Wheeler </li></ul><ul><li>National Iranian American Council / Foreign Policy Magazine </li></ul><ul><li>Today’s Zaman </li></ul>

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