The article, “Farewell, Mr Ambassador: Interview with Daniel Taub” features and interview with Daniel Taub. Included in the article Taub discusses his career and life in Britain as an Orthodox Jew and viewpoints of fellow English residents.
The piece involves the leaving of Taub from Britain to Israel after serving four years as the Ambassador of the State of Israel to the United Kingdom.
Former Ambassador Taub was moving himself and his family from Britain back to Israel and part of the story focused on how he felt about leaving and his families reactions.
He also examined the hopes for the future and what could be gained. Included in the article was how Taub thinks that the relations between Israel and England are progressing and what could be done to keep relations continuing upward.
He has explored ideas on the disorder that challenges the middle east possible outcomes. Besides the trials that are faced in the middle east he also communicated about the problems that England are tackling and conceivable results.
Daniel Taub began his life in Britain in 1962. Education took him to many colleges and universities attaining degrees in literature, law, and finishing up with public policy.
He attended the University of Oxford from 1980 to 1983, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in literature. Instruction was continued from 1983 to 1985 at the Chancery Lane School of Law obtaining a UK Certification for Lawyers.
A master’s in law was earned from the University College in London from the years of 1988 to 1989. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.hampsteadshul.org.uk/event/isaiah-berlin-lecture-2017-daniel-taub/ and http://www.yadhanadiv.org.il/staff-member/daniel-taub
Continuing his education, he attended the Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government from 2001 to 2002 and earned his master’s in public policy. He has held many legal and diplomatic occupations during his career.
June 2011 to September 2015 Taub served as the Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom. After serving as ambassador he moved him and his family back to Israel in 1989. A writing career has also been obtainable with articles shown in The Time and in the Huffington Post.
Articles by Taub have also been published in the Guardian and the Daily Telegraph. He is currently working at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation located in Jerusalem. He is holding the position of administrator of preparation and strategy. Besides his position at Yad Hanadiv he also tours broadly giving talks. His speeches focus on negotiation theory and international law.