Daniel Taub informed The Independent that the Geneva accord would not significantly reduce the threats posed by Iran. Taub added that the Geneva accord might not slow Iran’s process of acquiring nuclear weapons.
Daniel Taub says that the security threats require radical partnerships between countries. Taub also raised concerns of increasing cooperation between Sunni countries and Israel. Some of the Sunni countries that should be targeted include Saudi Arabia and Gulf states among others.
Mr. Taub says that security threats posed by Iran affect several countries. He added that is important for affected countries to join hands and strategize on the way forward.
Such countries need to deepen relationships and look for solutions to the security concerns. Daniel said that the upcoming securing issues are making parties to make new decisions. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iran-will-still-make-a-nuclear-bomb-israel-s-ambassador-to-the-uk-daniel-taub-argues-the-geneva-deal-8965373.html
Taub reported that the agreement signed by Iran was a sign of progress between Islamic countries and Israel because it promotes diplomacy. Interestingly, since 1979, Islamic countries have been in good terms with Israel thus making it difficult to agree on security issues.
Mr. Hague said that the decision made by Iran meant increased security within the Islamic countries. Hague also noted that the approach taken by Iran could be applied by other countries across the world to boost security.
However, Israel was not positive about the approach taken by Iran on ensuring safety. On the other hand, Daniel said that the new approach taken by Iran does not restrict the acquisition of weapons.
Daniel Taub who is of British origin was born in 1962. Mr. Taub is an accomplished international lawyer who has achieved incredible success. Daniel also serves as an Israeli diplomat. Additionally, he serves as a director at Rothschild Foundation which is located in Jerusalem. At the organization, Taub conducts planning of activities and developing strategies.
Since Daniel was raised in the UK, he joined Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School and later pursued higher education in several universities. After completing his secondary school education, Taub joined Oxford, Havard University, and University College.
Daniel then left the United Kingdom for Israel in 1989. In Israel, Taub joined Israel Defence Forces. Additionally, he was Chaim Herzog’s speechwriter. In 1991, Daniel Taub’s accomplishments enabled him to secure a job in the Foreign Ministry of Israel easily.
In the foreign ministry, Daniel managed to hold several diplomatic and political posts. Taub has specialized in laws of war as well as strategies for preventing and solving terrorism threats.