Daniel Taub

Daniel Taub is the current Director of Strategy and Planning of the Yad Hanadiv Foundation. He was born in 1962. Daniel studied at University College in Oxford. He later joined University College in London and lastly Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. Daniel Taub moved to Israel in 1989. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://israblog.nana10.co.il/blogread.asp?blog=864881 and https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/13/israel-peace-pressure-israeli

Taub has worked in the Israel Defense Forces as a preserved officer and as a combat doctor. Daniel Taub started serving in the Israel Foreign Ministry in the year 1991 and has worked in many administrative and legal positions. Taub is also an international lawyer and writer.

Daniel Taub became the ambassador to the United Kingdom in 2011 and served in the embassy until 2015. He was the first Israel ambassador to the UK. Being an expert in international law, he specializes in the laws of war and counter-terrorism. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn

As a writer, Daniel Taub has extensively penned on Israel and the Middle East. His articles are found in the Guardian, the Daily Telegram, the Huffington Post and The Times.

Taub is the author of Parasha Diplomatit. Parasha Diplomatit is a book that intuitions on every biblical paper sections. He analyzed on each of the Torah pieces such as a political perspective and Humor.

When Iran posted a threat on its advancement to obtaining a nuclear bomb, Daniel Taub was one of the major commentators on the matter. He felt that the Geneva agreement that had been signed was not enough to control the threat presented by Iran on its plans to possessing a nuclear weapon.

He gave a breath break to the public by hinting that an Israel National Security team had arrived in Washington to hold talks with American executives the day before. He supposed that the talks could bring about more radical partnerships to curb the happening.

Taub warned the said that Israel was not the only state that was concerned about the Iran nuclear plans pointing out that other states such as Tehran, Damascus, and Gaza were also worried.

Daniel Taub noted that the concern would force many countries to keep off their earlier disputes to strengthen their relationships in fighting out the matter.

Taub insisted that Israel’s bond with the western allies was still strong despite Israel’s steadfast opposition in the past weekend’s deal. Daniel Taub put it that the engaged deal was the outcome of a year of direct, underground, talks concerning Washington and Tehran.