For four years, Daniel Taub remained true to his mission of diplomacy while representing Israel in the United Kingdom. When his term came to an end, it was a mixture of great joy for his accomplishment but also sadness in equal measure to see him go. His work as a Foreign Minister started in 1991 just two years after he moved to Israel in 1989.
Bloomberg reveals that Daniel Taub prides himself of having helped in uniting the United Kingdom and Israel in various areas such as academic and research throughout his limited and demanding period as an ambassador. He goes ahead to appreciate the role that Britain plays in Israel amidst dramatic changes and crises experienced in the Middle East. However, he states that the solution to the problems encountered in the Middle East is to accord the region some degree of humility.
How did he manage to separate his views from that of the country he was representing? He terms this as the simplest thing since he mainly focused on making people comprehend where Israeli leadership is at the moment, as well as its people. Read more: Daniel Taub – Crunchbase
Of particular concern to him is the agreement with Iran which may achieve the nuclear capabilities of Iran. However, there will be plenty of opportunities from this especially on the resolve of the peace accords with Jordan as well as Egypt.
Taub who hails from the Jewish community counts himself privileged to have raised his children in their homeland. He has earned a place in the Jewish community where he describes the Jews as being generous and the Britain people to be good at listening. Daniel Taub, who was born and also raised in the United Kingdom, currently works at Yad Hannadiv Foundation where he serves as the Director of Strategy as well as Planning.
The diplomat went to Harvard University where he studied Master in Public Policy. He also holds a Masters (LLM), Law from University College in London. Besides his current role and previous role as a diplomat, Taub is a writer and is well known for his book, Parasha Diplomatit, which contains an analysis of Torah sections and insights on every weekly section.
Taub lecturers on international law as well as negotiation theory. His is known for his humor and has been interviewed on various television stations such as Sky News and Newsnight.