In 2013, Daniel Taub, the former ambassador of Israel to the United Kingdom, stated that there were plans to react to the alleged nuclear plans that were been carried out by Iran. A coalition was formed between the Jews and their adversaries in the Middle East to come up with a mitigation strategy. Read more: Daniel Taub | Crunchbase and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn
A team of security personnel from Israel was put together and headed to America for further discussions on how to go about the threat that Iran was posing. This threat would need to be discussed by various countries, including Israel, since it was a major concern and Daniel Taub was there to overlook the discussions.
Daniel Taub insisted that as much as there were notable differences between various countries, the issue had to be addressed jointly as this was a shared concern.
Daniel perceived that this alleged nuclear claim would be a chance to build relationships among nations that did not have good relationships. Iran viewed the bomb acquisition as a step towards safety and prevention of a nuclear explosion that made the world a safer dwelling place for everyone.
After the agreement was signed by both Iran and America, a lot of people disagreed on what it stated. They were concern that Iran would use this nuclear device to their benefit and become a state of nuclear weapons. No safety measures had been taken to dismantle the nuclear bomb and this was worrisome.
Daniel Taub, a planning and strategy director, shared his concern over the fact that this deal was made as soon as a new president was elected in Iran. It felt like a strategic move of making deals between America and Israel’s adversaries.
He was born in 1962 in London. He attended the Oxford University College, London University College and Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. After he finished his studies, he moved to Israel where he has served different posts including his most recent post as an ambassador.
During his time as the ambassador is when he was involved in the nuclear concern discussions. He served in the IDF, Israel Defense Forces, in the division of international law where he was a reserve officer and a combat medic. He now works at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation as the Strategy and Planning Director.
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