The US should call upon their international allies to counter the bully at 30,000 feet in a unified manner. This could include diplomatic communications to the bully’s home country or direct military action like scrambling fighter jets. Stateside, the US should focus on using diplomatic channels to resolve the dispute before resorting to military involvement. This could include speaking with the bully’s home country and bringing the problem to international forums like the United Nations. Additionally, the US should work with their allies to jointly set out protocols setting out rules of engagement for airspace above 30,000 feet. National laws should also be updated to address issues that arise due to inter-country bullying. Finally, the US should actively promote a culture of cooperation amongst all nations and push for collaboration in international airspace.