Daniel Taub and His Legal Stand on Iran’s Nuclear Threats Today

The world might appear as peaceful as advertisers would want to express it, but there are still a lot of hidden risks out there that we should watch out for. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn

The more centralized, complex and gargantuan the scope of our political landscape is, the more dangerous for us to assume that there’s no more hidden risk out there. This is precisely the tone of the stand of Israel’s Ambassador to the UK, Daniel Taub, about the nuclear threats of Iran.

The Geneva Deal

The recent expert opinion of Daniel Taub came out right after the Geneva Deal, the agreement that would dictate how countries would facilitate the nuclear threats of states has been signed, and has declared the terms that Iran has to abide by.

In an interview for the Independent, Daniel Taub tells Alistair Dawber, the journalist from the paper, that the Jewish state and its allies today would have to come to a terms of agreement to abate the threats of Iran of making alliances with Tehran-sponsored groups around the world.

Daniel Taub also floated the idea that the same new alliances should be monitored and should be put to the test in terms of its threats to the states all over the world.

It is important for countries to sign an agreement that will dictate what would constitute a significant nuclear threat, and according to Daniel Taub, this would have to address the hidden risks in the entire equation. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Ideamench

It’s no longer enough to just be right and protective, since the costs and risks of being wrong would be so high that we can’t risk having false negatives with our assesments and threat calculations.

It is also in the opinion of Daniel Taub that the Geneva Deal would really not be enough. Daniel agrees with the stand of Israel in its beliefs that the Geneva Accord would not be enough to put a deterrent to Iran’s threats to produce and deploy nuclear weapons.

Truly, there has to be more than just that deal. Daniel believes that because we are more united than we think we are, we should do more to help counter the threats that Iran poses against the entire world.

About Daniel Taub

Daniel is an Israeli diplomat and an international lawyer who both has served for the Israel Defense Forces, and as an ambassador for Israel in the U.K., He has now retired from the Ambassador position since September 2015.

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