Most countries make no special power exceptions for 30m and are not limited by the 200w restriction in force in the USA.
What is the rationale for our 100 Watt limit on 30 meters? We can use that band on a secondary basis limit with 1 kW just as well as 100 watts. I'm not so adamant about being able to use 30 meters for Phone as I rather like an all CW or digital band but I want the rules to be the same for EVERYBODY!
I would like to see the US on parity with every other country with regard to mode restrictions. I'm talking about out SSB prohibitions on parts of 80, 40, 30, 20, 15 and 10 meters. It seems each band has a place where non-US stations can go to so they can avoid US stations and that has always bothered me.
I will wager the US taxpayer is picking up the bulk of the expenses for the international regulatory agencies which govern spectrum and mode allocations but we are not an equal partner with respect to frequency usage. Actually, we are second class citizens.
If somebody has some data which shows the US is not the main donor nation I'd love to be proven wrong.