<h4><em>In a lengthy interview with \u201cLe Grand Continent\u201d magazine, French President Emmanuel Macron called to revamp the international institutions, stating that the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is not providing useful solutions. Macron also pointed out, \u201cthe multilateral cooperation frameworks are weakened today because they are blocked.\u201d<\/em><\/h4>\r\nHe said, \u201cI have to say that the UN Security Council no longer offers useful solutions today; we all have our responsibility to bear when some, such as the WHO, find themselves hostages of the crises of multilateralism,\u201d adding \u201cWe need to reinvent useful forms of cooperation \u2013 coalitions of projects and players \u2013 and we need to modernize our structures and create a level playing field for everyone.\u201d\r\n\r\nIn this regard, the French President indicated that the correct \u201cpath\u201d at the present time is \u201cto strengthen and build Europe,\u201d and affirmed that he \u201cstrongly opposes\u201d an article published in "The politico" by Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, in which she stated that \u201cIllusions of European strategic independence must end: Europeans will not be able to play America's crucial role as a security provider. "\r\n\r\nThese remarks coincide with the decision of the French authorities on October 29 to raise the terrorism alert to its highest level, after recording three terrorist attacks in one month that targeted different locations.\r\n\r\nAs a result of a knife attack, two people were wounded near the former offices of the satirical French magazine \u201cCharlie Hebdo\u201d at the end of September. Moreover, a teacher who showed his pupils the caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad- peace be upon him- was beheaded in mid-October, as well as <a href="https:\/\/www.bbc.com\/news\/world-europe-54729957" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Nice stabbing attack<\/a> which took place in a church and resulted in three deaths.\r\n\r\nIn addition, a few days ago, Paris marked the 5<sup>th<\/sup> anniversary of the bloody attacks, in which more than 130 people were killed, lifting French public opinion in a real shock. In order to face these terrorist threats on its territory, whether internal or planned from abroad, which reached their maximum levels, Paris strengthened human and legislative mechanisms to combat terrorism.\r\n\r\nSome may think that the threat has become a secondary matter in recent years as other dilemmas came to the surface, such as the yellow jackets or the <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/france-covid-19-cases-exceeds-to-2-mln\/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">COVID-19 pandemic<\/a>. Unfortunately, the figures show that the threat remains high; over the last five years, 20 attacks were carried out in France, as well as 61 others were thwarted.\r\n\r\nIt is estimated that 100 to 200 French jihadists reside between Iraq and Syria. All of them possess weapons, money, and ammunition. It is wrong to think that they are unable to cross the border secretly to reach the French state; this is evidenced by the arrival of the young Tunisian who carried out a recent criminal attack in Nice.\r\n\r\nAccording to investigators in Tunis and Sicily, this young Tunisian disappeared on September 14 and arrived on the Italian island of Lampedusa on September 20, aboard a small fishing boat, accompanied by 20 other Tunisian youths, without identity papers.\r\n\r\nUpon his arrival in Italy, he was subjected to interrogation and then underwent a coronavirus test before he was photographed and registered by the competent authorities. After that, he spent 10 days in Sicily without his movements being monitored, and he may have traveled illegally via "Ventimiglia" which lies on the border with France.\r\n\r\nThere is another problem related to the file of prisoners convicted of terrorism charges and those who released from prison; those persons raise the concern of both French and European intelligence. This was reinforced with the Vienna attack, which was carried out by a person who was freed at the end of 2019 after spending eight months in prison for trying to travel to Syria.\r\n\r\nSo France and many European countries suffer from external and internal threats; This is what pushed the French President, in his recent remarks, to insist on the necessity of rebuilding the European house in terms of security, economic, and social aspects.\r\n\r\nI do not think this will be easy for the quality of the new post-Corona world order, where the closed nature of its countries will be the rule, not to mention the monopoly and the Chinese-American conflict, which do not bode well.