One method which has been discussed in international circles is the transformation of the G20 into the actual Economic Security Council arm of the United Nations. Such a change would align with the larger consolidation mandates of the global governance agenda and ensure all nations and institutions are speaking from the same script and implementing the appropriate policy changes.
China is pushing hard for this transformation of the G20 and the international monetary framework, as are most other nations. The United States has been the most hesitant of the group to move forward on monetary and systemic reforms. This should not be considered and unwillingness to achieve the same objective but caution in how that objective is reached and the effects on America itself.