Scilla in conversation about the largest threat to international security in Azerbaijan


Last week Scilla was in Baku, Azerbaijan for the 5th Global Baku Forum on “The Future of International Relations: Power and Interests” (with 60 current or recent presidents and prime ministers representing 60 countries).
Scilla’s job was to address the question: “Is extremism and populism the biggest threat to international security?” so she drew attention to the major challenges humanity now faces, including global warming, over-population, the rich-poor gap and unprecedented levels of migration. Since none of these ‘threats’ can be dealt with by weaponry, it has become essential for us to develop a higher level of intelligence. For this Scilla deems the flourishing of feminine intelligence as essential.