Diplomat-Daniel Taub

Daniel Taub is an international attorney and a diplomat from Israel. Mr. Taub is also an author who has written on the Middle East and Israel. Daniel’s articles have been featured on platforms which include the Guardian, the Times, Daily Telegraph, as well as Huffington. Some of the journals he has written include the Parasha Diplomatic.

In the book, Daniel talks about the weekly biblical sections, and he gives a perception of each section with humor, governmental and many others. Daniel has also served as a script-writer in his home country Israel. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.jnf.co.uk/2015/07/jnf-uk-bids-farewell-ambassador-daniel-taub/ and http://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/the-aliyah-100-list/

He wrote one of the popular series drama known as HeChatzer. The drama talks about the religion in Israel.

The attorney has also written on negotiation theory as well as written on international law, and written speeches for the President of Israel; Chaim Herzog. In an interview which was conducted recently, Daniel Taub was answering some question he was asked about his life.

Daniel told the interviewer that when he moved back to Israel he decided to become an intellectual property lawyer. During that time the start up industry in Israel was still growing and it was also very interesting.

After a short period, the Madrid Peace Conference approached him to take part in the negotiations between Israel and her neighbors. With his skills in international law and negotiation theory, he took advantage of the situation and joined the Israel foreign ministry serving in the ministry for 20 years.

Mr. Daniel said that all his days are different and he deals with different issues every day from politics to matters of education, business, technology, media, as well as security among others.

Daniel Taub was born and raised in the United Kingdom and he is currently the Israel Ambassador to the United Kingdom. He attended school in the United Kingdom, and after his high school graduation, he went to further his education at Oxford, as well as the Harvard University.

In 1989 he moved back to his home country and he even served in the Israel Defense Force. Daniel says it is important to invest in team work for best management results. He further said that the only advice he can give to the young women and men is to avoid worry and let life be.

To readers, he says that they should learn how to work in the sphere of possibilities. He has been working with the saying “you can change my opinion but you cannot change my instructions” a saying which is famous among diplomats.