Daniel Taub is an international lawyer and global diplomat with decades of experience. As of late, he and many in the world have become very concerned with the nuclear situation in Iran. In recent years, Iran has been steadfastly working to obtain a nuclear bomb in order to create a nuclear program for the country. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.everipedia.com/editor/dtaub/ and http://www.behance.net/danieltaub
They have been met with resistance from the UN, but Daniel Taub, an ambassador for the UK from Israel, does not believe that their efforts have been enough.
The accord forbids Iran from having weapons-grade uranium to fuel their nuclear target but does not remove the equipment in their position that makes it possible and quite simple to make their allowed uranium stocks much more enriched.
This equipment includes a large centrifuge that Daniel Taub insists should be removed from the country in order for him to even consider agreeing with the accord. In the Middle East, many are disappointed in the agreement and do not think it will protect them in the slightest from Iran’s nuclear threat. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Ideamench
Born and raised in the UK, Daniel Taub studied at University College in Oxford, University College of London, and Harvard University. He has a BA in literature, a Masters in Law, and an MPA in public policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
He is currently the Director of Strategy and Planning at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation in Israel. Prior to his career in politics, he served as a reserve officer and combat medic in the Israel Defense Force’s international law division.
Daniel Taub has also been published in periodicals including the Daily Telegraph, the Huffington Post, and The Times. In addition, he also is the chief writer and creator of the series HeChatzer, a popular drama in Israel.
The goal of the series is to show the stereotypes among the various groups and religious sects in the country. The Israeli president Chaim Herzog also had Daniel Taub as the writer for many of his speeches and he lectures on negotiation theory and international law.
When Daniel Taub initially went to Israel, he was expecting it to be a relatively quick discursion that ended up lasting longer than 20 years so far. Originally, he wanted to be part of the Madrid Peace Conference as an intellectual property lawyer but he ended up as part of the Israeli foreign ministry.
His curiosity and love for Israel have led him to meet amazing people, see interesting places, and change the world for the better.