A former Ambassador for the United Kingdom and a leading authority in international laws has explained why the Iran Deal is so flawed, and it begins with its foundation: The Geneva accord.
Daniel Taub, the former Ambassador of Israel for the United Kingdom claims that the Geneva accord didn’t make enough effort to prevent Iran from continuing its work on a nuclear program. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/8833883/Gilad-Shalits-return-is-a-testament-to-Israels-love-of-life.html and 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 explains that enemies of Israel were even considering forming an alliance to protect their-selves from Iran’s nuclear threat.
“There are many contries that look on these issues and it’s a reminder that if we can rise above some of our immediate difference and paradigms we actually have an awful lot in common,” Taub explains.
Taub says that in the grand scheme of things, several of the countries in the region have similar interests. These countries may be open to deepening their relationship for this reason. Relationships between the Shia and Sunni countries is even a possibility.
Daniel Taub told The Independent that the accord does almost nothing to slow Iran’s progress towards creating a deadly nuclear weapon.
Due to the controversy of the Geneva accord, a team of Israeli officials visited Washington D.C. in order to discuss the situation.
Even post-Geneva accord, now that the Iran Deal is firmly in place, citizens all over the world are unhappy with the deal.
The Iran Deal was finally signed on July 14th, 2015, but people are saying that the finalized deal does little to halt progress for Iran too. As part of the Iran Deal, Iran agreed to allow inspectors into all of its nuclear sites.
About Daniel Taub
As previously mentioned, Daniel Taub is an expert in international law, but he also lends his expertise to a wide range of publications. He has had his articles published in The Times, The Guardian, the Huffington Post, and the Daily Telegraph. He is also the author of a book called Parasha Diplomatit.
When Taub isn’t writing about important international political matters, he is performing his duties as a scriptwriter for the Israeli television series HeChatzer. Taub himself describes the show as a mix of Downton Abbey and the Chosen.