Relationships between countries can often times become exceedingly complicated because of what communities expect from their nation’s leaders and the diplomacy that has to be established between countries and people.
A peaceful relationship between nations can be affected by so many factors, sometimes even popular public opinion doesn’t really hold the best interests of the country, yet leaders must also make their domestic audience happy. That enters a problematic situation when the history of both nations show conflicts and unfinished businesses.
However, no matter what any of those factors indicate, when it comes to international policy and diplomacy, it is a universal rule to let cooler heads prevail. That philosophy of prevailing peace was what Daniel Taub provided in the foreign relations department of Israel to the United Kingdom. Daniel Taub is the former ambassador of Israel to the UK, and he retired in 2015. But his time as an ambassador was filled with diplomatic maneuvers that strengthen the international relations of UK and Israel for the better.
Daniel Taub was born and raised in the UK, and this was a crucial factor in him being chosen as the Israeli ambassador to the UK. Because for an ambassador to promote the strengthening of ties between countries, as well as the lowering of tensions and negotiations, he or she must know the country he or she is dealing with, and that includes the history, culture, and preferably the language as well.
Daniel was perfect for the job, and he strongly believed that the best thing to do for UK and Israel is to strengthen their technology and trade ties. Daniel Taub is largely credited for the incredible 8$ billion bilateral trade growth between the UK and Israel. He also introduced the start-up competition by Bizcamp in partnership with Google. Learn more: http://askreporter.com/2017/09/religion-should-have-a-place-at-the-negotiating-table-says-israeli-negotiator-daniel-taub/
During Daniel Taub’s time as the Israeli ambassador to the UK, over 300 businessmen from Israel have come to the UK to set up their businesses there. Sajid Javid, the British Secretary of State for Business, Skills, and Innovation, described Daniel Taub’s term as the golden age of trade between UK and Israel. And to show appreciation for Daniel’s work. He was nominated for the Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award
Because of Daniel Taub and his work as an Ambassador uniting the United Kingdom with Israel, there are hopes for the future of their relations, even possible business interactions. Now that England left the European Union, new allies are always significant signs of development.