Daniel Taub has been very public and very adamant about his displeasure surrounding the recent Geneva Accord drawn up by the United Nations in relation to Iran’s quest to become a nuclear power in the Middle East.
Iran’s desire to acquire a nuclear bomb has the countries in the surrounding areas very concerned about their well-being and the possibility of being devastated by an attack at any time even with the accord in place.
While the agreement was put in place to prevent such an attack by getting Iran to agree to allow inspectors from the United Nations much more open access than they had before and to limit the enrichment of the uranium stock the country currently has and will have in the future, many believe it’s not enough.
Daniel Taub is one of these people as he believes the accord’s disclusion of forcing the country to dispose of equipment that could be pivotal in creating weapons-grade material makes it almost useless. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase
As a former Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom, he is in agreement with others who expect the United Nations to hold themselves personally accountable if an attack happens from Iran in the near future.
Fortunately, even with the displeasure Daniel Taub holds towards the agreement, he does not believe his relationship with the Western countries who created it will be strained. He hopes that the mutual fears of the countries in the Middle East will help to open up communication among them that has been strained for an exceptionally long time.
Daniel Taub has stated that he is more than willing to make agreements with countries that have traditionally been seen as enemies of Israel for the common good of all involved.
While culturally these countries may have many differences, he believes they are not insurmountable as their strategic concerns are extremely similar.
Daniel Taub was born to Israeli immigrants in Britain in the year 1962. He currently holds a position at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation as the director of strategy and planning and has decades of experience as an international lawyer and diplomat.
He has three law degrees from prestigious institutions like Harvard and also served in the Israel Defense Forces.
Along with being a diplomat, he is also an accomplished writer of both literature and the television series HeChatzer. HeChatzer is an Israeli series that has gained popularity in the country with a similar vibe as Downtown Abey and the Chosen.
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