Anders Fogh Rasmussen
Anders Fogh Rasmussen is a former Prime Minister of Denmark and Secretary General of NATO, who served two terms as Denmark's Prime Minister from 2001-2009 and was Secretary General of NATO from 2009-2014. He won an election in November 2001 and formed a centre-right government, introducing several domestic reforms. During his tenure, he led Denmark through a period of economic growth and fiscal responsibility. Rasmussen also steered the nation through a period of controversial decisions, such as the 2003 Iraq War, which divided the nation. During Rasmussen's time as Secretary General of NATO from 2009-2014, he worked toward peace and stability, taking part in missions spanning from Afghanistan to Libya. He has since become a sought-after speaker, regularly appearing at forums, conferences and diplomatic events, discussing issues such as foreign policy, leadership, and democracy.
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