This book aim''s to present a new analysis of the perception of Libyan policy-makers towards Arab National Security since the 1969 Revolution.this book proves a link between Libyan foreign policy towards Africa and Arab national security. this book has shown that Libyan policy embraces a position that Arab National Security can only be preserved through the unification of African states. Libya believes that most of the external threats to the African continent occur because of the weakness and fragmentation of African states. This book argues that the African success in ending the sanctions on Libya strengthened the Arab support for Libyan efforts to establish the African Union as a strategic depth for the Arab region. .Libya''s political ambitions towards Africa were portrayed in Libya''s success in transforming the Organisation of African Union into the African Union. This book has shown the linkage between Libyan foreign policy and the issue of Arab national security within the framework of African continent.