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Anders Fogh Rasmussen is known for delivering straight-forward messages on the current geo-political situation, global trade relationships, foreign policy and power balances.

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Perspective

As Secretary General of NATO and Prime Minister of Denmark, Anders Fogh Rasmussen has been at the centre of European and global politics for three decades which enables him to provide audiences with a new perspective from which to consider the changing world.

The Will to Lead

Will to Lead - Rasmussen Global

Drawing heavily on his new book, The Will to Lead, Anders Fogh Rasmussen fiercely defends freedom and the importance of America’s global leadership in this impassioned presentation, offering an astute analysis of current geopolitical events. From the Iranian nuclear deal, to the invasion of Ukraine, to the Arab Spring and turmoil in the Middle East, Rasmussen is forceful but even-handed in his sharp analysis of the decisions made by the Obama Administration, contrasting those of previous American leaders. Critical of the policy to “lead from behind” in foreign affairs, he argues that America must act as the world’s policeman, especially in a world increasingly more dangerous and unstable. Rasmussen proposes a roadmap for a strategic alliance between America and Europe, joined by other liberal democracies in the fight against tyranny. Weaving together wisdom, history and his personal experiences, this presentation will captivate politically involved audiences on both sides of the aisle.

US foreign policy:

A Future of Risks and Opportunities
Foreign Policy - Rasmussen Global

Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America which has been a shell-shock to much of the intellectual elites of the Western world. Drawing on his own experiences as Prime Minister of Denmark and Secretary General of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen examines Donald Trump’s potential to stabilize American politics and his potential to restore reliable American leadership to the world stage in the coming years. Warning against American isolationism, he explores the geopolitical risks as well as the opportunities Mr. Trump’s presidency will bring the coming four years. Critical, but hopeful, he argues political observers should focus more on the underlying political dynamics of Trump’s presidency instead of squawking nervously about every tweet.

Brexit

The Future Relationship Between UK & EU
Brexit advice - Rasmussen Global

The British vote to leave the European Union on the 23rd of June 2016 has led to an uncertain future of the relationship between the UK and the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that Britain would leave the EU single market and made it clear that her fundamental aim is to regain control of immigration and law-making. During this presentation, Anders Fogh Rasmussen will explore the upcoming negotiations with a heavy emphasis on risks and opportunities for multinational organisations. He will also share his perspective on the political, societal and public trends that led to the outcome of the referendum of the British membership of the EU.

An Increasingly Complex World

Populism or the core of truth?
Populism - Rasmussen Global

We live in an increasingly complex world. During 2016 we witnessed a British vote to leave the European Union, the election of Donald Trump as American president amongst many geopolitical changes. The coming years are likely to bring even more change to the structures of world politics. In possible epoch-making elections in France and Germany so-called “populist” parties have shown unseen strength in early polls and may cause upstir to the established political structures. Drawing on his experiences as Prime Minister of a coalition-government for eight years in Denmark, Anders Fogh Rasmussen discusses this development and argues that populism is often based on a core of truth. Rather than ostracize populism, establishment parties are often better off welcoming them and working with them. Weaving together current political dynamics, history and personal experiences, this presentation will give the audiences a sharp analysis of the current political trends in the world.

Leadership & Negotiation

Leadership & Negotiation - Rasmussen Global

Drawing on his eight years as Prime Minister of Denmark and five years as Secretary General of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen will deliver accurate and useful points on leadership and international negotiation. In his time as Secretary General of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen transformed the organization into being fitter, faster and more flexible. Mr. Rasmussen has gained an extensive experience driving change and transforming international organisations which he will share with the audience in this presentation. Audiences will receive unmatched, practical insights that prepares them for future challenges. Besides elaborating on his leadership experiences, Anders Fogh Rasmussen will furthermore present the audience with his approach to international negotiations which he successfully utilized during his time as Secretary General of NATO. Mr. Rasmussen’s approach to negotiations include three specific rules, that can be easily applied to any negotiation.

A Changing Geo-political Landscape

Risks & Opportunities for Financial Institutions
Geopolitical landscape - Rasmussen Global

The year 2016 brought change to the existing geopolitical structures in the world and 2017 is likely to increase the complexity of the world even more, causing financial investors to be additionally meticulous. This new complexity requires a solid basis for balancing risk and reward. In this presentation, Anders Fogh Rasmussen explores the ever-changing geopolitical environment with an intense focus on the intersection between multinational business and trade, security and stability, economic growth, innovation and governance. It explores the risks and opportunities of the election of Donald Trump, Brexit and the upcoming European elections on future financial investments.

Brexit

The Future Relationship Between UK & EU
Brexit advice - Rasmussen Global

The British vote to leave the European Union on the 23rd of June 2016 has led to an uncertain future of the relationship between the UK and the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that Britain would leave the EU single market and made it clear that her fundamental aim is to regain control of immigration and law-making. During this presentation, Anders Fogh Rasmussen will explore the upcoming negotiations with a heavy emphasis on risks and opportunities for multinational organisations. He will also share his perspective on the political, societal and public trends that led to the outcome of the referendum of the British membership of the EU.

For more information

Anders Fogh Rasmussen cooperates with Washington Speakers Bureau and
 CSA Celebrity Speakers.

To learn more about how to invite Anders Fogh Rasmussen to deliver a speech at your upcoming event, please contact either organisation.

Washington Speakers Bureau: Anna Humphrey
CSA Celebrity Speakers: Jakob Juhl

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