Therefore, it is seemingly only an international effort on truth and reconciliation which might be achievable.
The list of American crimes against humanity is very long, and includes both American domestic and international affairs. The evidence is to be seen across a plurality of fields of relevance, and would be far too extraneous to seek to cover here. They include issues of systematic internal racism, the staggering prisoner population, injurious indifference of the poor, explicit war crimes, direct political interference in the sovereign affairs of other nations, among many others.
A true reconciliation must have binding conditions attached, which essentially means economic and other sanctions (legal, including on individuals, etc.). This is essentially ultimately the only peaceful available path to repairing the dysfunctional topsy-turvey nature of the America-Centric world political system, the overarching aim of which is to lead toward a more peaceful coexistence.
Moreover, it must be undertaken with a full understanding of the changes to power relations contained therein, and a recognition of this as the cost which must be paid.
Now more than ever before, the instability of the American political enterprise is having direct and marked effects on both the domestic and international affairs of other nations, with equal opportunity for both formal allies and traditional 'enemies' alike.
Ultimately, the Nations of the World are going to have to seriously hold the US to account for its serious abuses on the World Stage, and in the United States. This ultimately however is a choice which only they collectively can feasibly confront.