Daniel Taub is a degree holder from Oxford University College, London University College and Kennedy Government School, a Harvard University’s branch. He is a director of Planning and Strategy and part of Yad Hanadiv since 2016.
He previously served as an international lawyer and diplomat of Foreign Affairs Ministry in Israeli for over 20 years where he served as the Israel ambassador based in the United Kingdom (2011-2015) and was the negotiations and international conferences representative for Israel.
Daniel Taub has created HeChatzer drama series in Israeli as the chief scriptwriter and creator. He wrote speeches for Chaim Herzog an Israeli President. He lectures and writes widely on negotiation theory and international law. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Ideamench
Mr Taub has written articles for many papers concerning the Middle East and Israel. These include The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, The Huffington Post, The Times and The Independent.
An article by ‘The Independent’ in the United Kingdom shows that he warned against the Jewish state forging deals with their enemies from the Middle East to avoid Shia alliances’ sponsored by Tehran. The deals had been planned to stop threats that the nuclear ambitions of Iran had posed. The presumed threats were yet to be confirmed, but deals were still in place.
A little relief was felt when the national security of Israel travelled to have talks with the American officials in Washington. Daniel Taub was worried that talks would not be enough.
He talked of the cooperation between other Sunni countries including Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States, and Israel that were also worried about Iran being nuclear. He pointed out to Israeli occupying Palestinian Territories to be a cause of dispute between them. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.hampsteadshul.org.uk/event/isaiah-berlin-lecture-2017-daniel-taub/ and http://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/the-aliyah-100-list/
He was hopeful that the dispute would be settled after some countries began to realize that Israel was able to offer them some things that they wanted and was not available on their land.
The UK eventually agreed to the deal with adamant decisions towards its signing. Its announcement had the sponsors laud it as the very first diplomacy breakthrough since the Islamic Republic ever since 1979. The deal made would pave a way to a nuclear-free world.
On the other side, Israel did not think that the deal was a good idea for the Middle East. It was worried that after about six months, Iran would go back to being a nuclear nation and that the agreement was out of not good relations from before.