The United States and China have worked side by side to improve foreign policy and global governance. There was a 3-year project to support the international business industry. They discussed climate change, trade, investment and finance. The Research Centre for Chinese Policy and Affairs (RCCPB) has organized most international meetings and launched most development solutions, including the involvement of scientists from around the world to develop and discuss action plans. Global authorities, including international organizations and businesses, are reaching their agendas in different ways. Authority may arise from institutional status, expertise, moral authority, capacity or perceived competence.   The 2030 agenda also uses these strategies in their commitment to strong institutions, embodied by Goal 16 for Sustainable Development.   Second, stronger trade has increased economic performance. The U.S. International Trade Commission found that this comprehensive implementation of NAFTA would increase U.S. growth by up to 0.5% per year.
Regional players, whether regional conglomerates such as Mercosur and the European Union, or important countries considered important regional players such as China, the United States and India, are increasingly interested in the world government.  The work of Martina Timmermann et al., Institutionalizing Northeast Asia: Regional Steps towards Global Governance(  Douglas Lewis, Global Governance and the Quest for Justice – Volume I: International and Regional Organizations;  Olav Schram Stokke, “Examining the Consequences of International Regimes,” which discusses the construction of the Northern Region or the Arctic in the context of international relations;  Jeffery Hart and Joan Edelman Spero, “Globalization and Global Governance in the 21st Century,” which discusses the progress of countries such as Mexico, Brazil, India, China, Taiwan and South Korea, “important regional actors” seeking “a place at the global decision-making table”;  Dr. Frank Altem-ller, “International Trade: Challenges for Regional and Global Governance: A comparison between Regional Integration Models in Eastern Europe and Africa – and the role of the WTO”.. In its initial phase, the world government was able to build themes inherited from geopolitics and the theory of international relations, such as peace, defence, geostrategy, diplomatic relations and trade relations. However, as globalization progresses and interdependencies multiply, the global level is also very important on a much broader range of issues. Below are a number of examples. There is a gap between competence, between the growing need for global governance in many areas – such as health – and the lack of authority that has the power or jurisdiction to take action. In addition, there is a gap between the need for international cooperation and the motivation to adopt it. This incentive gap needs to be addressed, as globalization increasingly stimulates cooperation between countries. However, Africa, which is lagging behind economically, risks losing its influence on global governance processes. Finally, the participation gap, which is that international cooperation remains primarily the business of governments and leaves civil society groups on the margins of political decision-making.