In 2008 when the world faced extreme economic problems, the U.S. and Europe rallied together to prevent more disasters and to save the economy. With the current system and reforms failing, the U.S. and Brussels must work together again by looking to the past and learning from what worked a decade ago. This means the U.S. and E.U. must agree to reforms and international response to climate change, tax evasion, and the collapse of labor power. Political commitments need to be formed in order to increase the power of farmers and the average workers while breaking down monopolies.