Daniel Taub has been a lawyer, a writer, and a diplomat during his long, storied career. Taub was born in the United Kingdom and attended college at Oxford, Harvard and University College, London.
In 1989, Daniel Taub moved to Israel where he served as a speechwriter for Chaim Herzog. Two years later he joined the Israeli Foreign Ministry. Daniel Taub was appointed as the Ambassador to the Court of St James in 2011, his biggest position yet.
Back in 2013, he had a grave warning for the rest of the world; he spoke out in opposition of the Geneva accord between Tehran and world leaders. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/13/israel-peace-pressure-israeli
Taub claimed that the deal will do next to nothing to slow down Iran’s efforts to create dangerous nuclear weapons to fill their arsenal.
Daniel Taub went on to say that due to the deal, American and Israeli officials met in Washington to talk about a more radical partnership that were previously unimaginable between the two countries.
“There are many countries that look on these issues,” Taub began. “It’s a reminder that if we can rise above some of our immediate differences, we actually have an awful lot in common,” Daniel Tobb explained. Tobb believes that events are unfolding in the world that are creating scenarios where many parties are forced to align.
About Daniel Taub
Taub has spent the majority of his career as an international lawyer; it wasn’t til recently when Taub was appointed a diplomat.
In addition to these two important jobs, Taub has wrote for the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph and the Huffington Post.
Taub explained that he moved to Isreal to begin working as an intellectual property lawyer, but when he saw that international negotiations could benefit from his expertise in international law Taub offered Israel his services.
Eventually he found himself in a prominent position; he represented the United Kingdom in Israel.
As the UK Ambassador to Israel, Daniel Taub worked within the Israeli tech industry to bring entrepreneurs to the area.
Taub was able to work very closely with Facebook and Google during his time as ambassador. Together, they created start-up competitions where the winner would receive professional training in Israel.