Born in Jasy, Romania, on February 19, 1931, Rosenne immigrates to Israel in 1944, becoming one of Israel’s most significant diplomatic craftsmen. Representing Israel as a legal affairs adviser in the Foreign Ministry from June 1971 – September 1979, he is engaged in drafting Israel’s disengagement agreements with Egypt and Syria after the 1973 War, and later, along with Aharon Barak and Eliyakim Rubinstein, provides Israel with a formidable legal team in negotiating the 1978 Camp David Accords and the 1979 Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty. He becomes Ambassador to France and the US respectively from 1979-1983 and 1983-1987. He holds a position as senior lecturer at the Hebrew University in the department of international law.