Past Events

The Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program has brought in world-renowned security experts from a range of fields including counterterrorism, intelligence, and special operations to participate in conferences, workshops, and guest lectures. Below are some of the past events that the Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program has hosted.

March 6-7, 2014 2nd Annual Conference: Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Africa

Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Africa: On March 6th & 7th, 2014 the Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program hosted its second annual conference.  Panelists debated terrorism threats, counterterrorism measures, and illicit trafficking in Africa. Featured Keynote Speaker: Former AZ Congressman Jim Kolbe.  This conference was generously sponsored by: The Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) at West Point, The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, McGraw-Hill Publishing, and the Monterey Institute.
October 18-20, 2013 | Intelligence and Counterterrorism Workshop
This workshop convened professionals in the fields of intelligence and counterterrorism to share with students their experiences in applying theory to practice across these fields.
February 21-22, 2013 | The Terrorism-Trafficking Nexus Conference
MonTREP hosted a timely conference on the increasingly important topic of the terrorism-trafficking nexus. McGraw-Hill Education will be publishing a book entitled The New Clear and Present Danger which will incorporate many of the papers that were presented at the conference. This book is currently scheduled to be out in late-2013. For the agenda of the conference and additional information about the guest speakers that spoke at the conference, please click here.
February 15-17, 2013 | Intelligence and Special Operations in Counterterrorism Workshop 
This workshop convened professionals in the fields of special operations, intelligence, and counterterrorism to share with students their experiences in applying theory to practice across these fields. The material presented laid the groundwork for students’ understanding of the intricacies inherent to each of these institutions and the histories and structures of each.