In a meeting with the Queen of England for the first time, Daniel Taub offered his credentials, which stated that he was the new Ambassador of the State of Israel to the Queen’s Court.
He also wore an outfit that also featured another badge of honor: his kippah. This stated an important fact about his life as an Orthodox Jew. As such, he had given up his British citizenship to assume the post. Read more: Daniel Taub | About
Thirty-years ago he immigrated to England. He now raises his children in the historic land of Israel and mentions an exile of 2,000 years. He is proud of his heritage, and hopes that he can use his influence, experience, and expertise to bring Israel and Britain closer together. As such, he has already proven himself to be a successful and popular envoy to Israeli.
Taub sees Britain as important beyond mere historical reasons. He view’s Britain’s media as the world’s media. He also recognizes Britain as being the financial center of the world. This makes Britain even more important as Middle East unrest continues.
He sees a solution start as being able to treat every region in a humane way. What are the aspects important to all sides? His keen observation with the British is that they may not always agree on matters, but they show an ability to listen. They will take into consideration matters discussed about world affairs.
Daniel Taub received his education in London at the University College in Oxford. He also studied at the University College in London as well as the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. In 1989, he relocated to Israel and has served in the IDF as a reserve officer in Israel’s division of international law. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://israblog.nana10.co.il/blogread.asp?blog=864881
He has also held numerous positions including Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom from 2011 to 2015. He currently directs strategy and planning of the Yad Hanadiv Foundation. Daniel Taub is also the chief scriptwriter for the Israeli dram series HeChatzer. He continues to hold lectures on negotiation theory and international law.
Taub also writes articles about Israeli and Middle East matters for the Times, Guardian, Huffington post, and the Daily Telegraph. His is such a life that not a day passes in which he does not have conversations with an enormous range of interesting people.