Panellists considered what can be achieved multinationally that could not be done by individual countries. The following questions were debated and discussed:
What would be the added value of a network of senior science advisors, both in the international arena (global issues) and to individual countries (peer support for domestic issues)?
Developing a common approach for giving advice multi-nationally to international bodies: What is the place of a multi-national approach for science advice?
What issues necessitate multi-lateral thinking?