to restore balance or equilibrium to something
This is the fifth summit of the group and the one where the world was supposed to come together to rebalance the global economy.
The strategic challenge is the need to rebalance their voting base.
Everyone agrees that America has to rebalance the share of production and consumption in GDP.
[W] thout an exchange-rate safety valve you need an alternate way to rebalance economies.
A modern conservatism will, in other words, have big ambitions to rebalance society and the economy.