International Studies invites faculty members and students to
“A Discussion with Counterterrorism and Humanitarian Law Specialist”
Daniel Taub, Principal Deputy Legal Adviser of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs
February 10, 2010
Social Science Plaza A, Room 2112
Daniel Taub specializes in counterterrorism, international organizations and humanitarian law. He currently serves as head of the Israeli side of the Israeli-Palestinian Culture of Peace negotiations. Mr. Taub regularly acts as spokesperson for the Israeli Government, and has been featured on numerous American news programs.
He has taught extensively in the fields of international law, negotiation theory and Middle Eastern issues at numerous universities and policy institutes. Mr. Taub holds degrees from the universities of Oxford, London and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (Wexner Fellow). He lives in Jerusalem with his wife and children but is currently in the U.S. as part of the Anti-Defamation League’s Eugene Warner Middle East Lecture Series.
Center for the Study of Democracy, Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies,
Center for Citizen Peacebuilding, UCI School of Law
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