Daniel Taub is not only a diplomat and international lawyer, but he is also a writer. He has had articles published in the Guardian, The Times, Huffington Post and more. He has also published a book with insights on the Jewish religion called Parasha Diplomatic.
Possible most impressively, he is the main writer and creator of the Israeli drama HeChatzer. The series’ goal is to illustrate the stereotypes in Israeli culture and it is quite popular in his country. On a political note, he was the former speechwriter for Chaim Herzog, the president of Israel.
Recently, Daniel Taub made the news voicing his displeasure regarding the Geneva deal struck with Iran in relation to their desire to obtain nuclear weapons.
Despite the Western countries in the United Nations claiming that the accord was a huge step in diplomacy for the Islamic Republic, most the of the countries in the Middle East beg to differ. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iran-will-still-make-a-nuclear-bomb-israel-s-ambassador-to-the-uk-daniel-taub-argues-the-geneva-deal-8965373.html
In fact, many find so much fault in the agreement that Daniel Taub and other officials claim that they will hold the United Nations personally responsible if there is an attack from Iran in Israel or any other country.
Much of the disagreement lies in the United Nation’s failure to disallow certain equipment that will allow Iran to purify uranium to a state that will make it usable for nuclear weapons. Learn more about Daniel Taub:
While the agreement only allows Iran to possess uranium that is enriched to under 5%, their large centrifuge that was assembled recently will quickly allow them to enrich the radioactive material without the United Nation’s approval. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Ideamench
While the Geneva accord may have permitted UN inspectors to enter Iran and check their stock of uranium in exchange for the loosening of certain sanctions, it will not prevent them from operating the purifying centrifuge.
Daniel Taub is the former Ambassador to the United Kingdom from Israel and has spent his career trying to advance Israel economically and politically by attempting to open up more communication between countries.
He and the rest of the Middle East want to make the embattled region prosperous with at least some semblance of peace despite the generations of disagreements over territory, religion, and culture.
Daniel Taub received an admirable education at both the University Colleges of Oxford and London as well as the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
After moving to Israel in 1989, he served as a combat medic for the Israel Defense Force and in 1991 began working for the Foreign Ministry of Israel.