Mr. Huminski is director of the Mike Rogers Center for Intelligence & Global Affairs at the Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress, which focuses on key national security and foreign policy issues; a frequent commentator on national security, intelligence policy, and international relations; and a senior fellow at George Mason University’s National Security Institute and nonresident fellow at the Irregular Warfare Initiative.

Articles by Joshua C. Huminski

President Joe Biden, U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak (right), and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese deliver remarks on AUKUS in March 2023. The accord’s true value is its show of political will and the interoperability and resilience it will build in the Indo-Pacific.

AUKUS Is More than Hard Power

By Joshua C. Huminski
February 2024
The value of navies is found not just in their cumulative tonnage, but also in the placement of their naval power in a broader diplomatic and political construct.