About Daniel Taub

Daniel Taub, an Israeli diplomat and international lawyer, has written extensively on Israel and the Middle East. He has had articles in The Times, the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph and the Huffington Post, to name a few. He wrote Parasha Diplomatit, a book of insights on each of the biblical weekly sections. His analyses on each of the Torah sections include humor, a political perspective and more.

In addition, Mr. Taub is the creator and chief scriptwriter of the popular Israeli drama series HeChatzer. This series is set in an ultra-orthodox Hasidic sect and Mr. Taub describes it as “a cross between Downton Abbey and the Chosen.” The shows works to break down stereotypes of secular and religious divisions in Israeli society.

Mr. Taub writes and lectures widely on international law and negotiation theory. He was also a speechwriter for Israeli President Chaim Herzog.