From China, which is carefully lifting the containment, to Austria, where the first businesses are reopening today, the hope of defeating the coronavirus is becoming more and more concrete. But in other parts of the globe, this objective remains very distant. This is particularly the case of the United States, which this weekend became the most affected country in the world, with more than 22,000 dead. These disparities illustrate the time lag in the progression of the epidemic from one country to another, but also the differences in the effectiveness of the policies implemented to overcome it. Differences that draw, hollow, the absence of a coordinated international response to this crisis, however global.