Reflections: Daniel Taub

Daniel Taub was an Isreali diplomat to the United Kingdom from 2011 to 2015. He is a lawyer, international speaker, and television scriptwriter. In four years as ambassador, he has brought the countries of Isreal and the United Kingdom closer together while working with the United State and Iran. daniel Taub was born in the United Kingdom in 1952 and had to renounce his British citizenship in order to take the post as the Isreali diplomat.In an interview with the Jewish Chronicle, Daniel Taub reflects on his diplomatic career and the accomplishments he has achieved.

In four years as ambassador Daniel Taub thinks that he has been very successful in bringing Isreal and the United Kingdom closer together in the diplomatic arena. He is faithful to his Jewish history and even wore a kippah when he first met the Queen after taking the post. One area in his career that he sees the most opportunity is in the Middle East. He believes that cooperation between Isreal and the United Kingdom will help stabilize the region. By working together for the common cause it is possible for all of the countries in the Middle East to come together and build long-lasting bonds for the future.

One specific area that Daniel Taub has had to keep an eye on is the country of Iran.He wants to make sure that Iran adheres to the deal they have made regarding the country’s nuclear capabilities. daniel Taub worries about millions of dollars going to groups like Hezbollah and Hamas. If these groups get a foothold in the country then the whole region could be at risk.

One other area that has taken it’s time to come to fruition is the relationship between Isreal and the United States. Any new initiatives between the two countries should be for the benefit of all involved. He believes that it will take time to get there but the countries will come together. Daniel Taub also believes that Isreal and Palestine can come together as well. Learn more: http://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/the-aliyah-100-list/

It has been four productive years for Daniel Taub. Even though he knew in his heart that the job would only last for so long he feels that he has made quite a contribution to Isreal and the United Kingdom. One of the things he will miss is being able to meet new people on the job. that was the part that was fun.