The Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program (MonTREP) prides itself on remaining at the forefront of the field of terrorism studies, anticipating and researching the newest security threats and trends.
Since its inception, MonTREP has supported the work of a wide range of private and public institutions, ranging from government agencies to international organizations to academic foundations. Our objective is to undertake projects that adhere to the highest scholarly and academic standards but also have the potential to contribute to the formulation of more effective security and counterterrorism policies.
MonTREP research is produced by its staff of experienced professionals, leading scholars in the field, and graduate research assistants. MonTREP professors serve as project managers according to their expertise and the subject matter of the project. MonTREP capitalizes on student talent at MIIS by hiring graduate researchers who bring their experiences to the positions. The following are recent and upcoming publications of MonTREP professors and staff:
Howard, Russell. The Nexus Between Traffickers and Terrorists: The New Clear and Present Danger? McGraw-Hill Education, 2014.
In February 2013, MonTREP hosted a conference on the terrorism-trafficking nexus. McGraw-Hill Education published the above book in 2014, which incorporated many of the papers that were presented at the conference.
Tribble, Jennifer. "Antiquities Trafficking and Terrorism: Where Cultural Wealth, Political Violence, and Criminal Networks Intersect" 2014.
MonTREP would like to thank the Bradley Foundation for its continued support for the "Nexus Between Traffickers and Terrorists" project.
The research, analyses, and threat assessments generated by MonTREP combine in-depth historical, political, and sociological research, regional and language expertise, a wide variety of methodological approaches, and - when necessary - technical assessments and scientific analyses.
Dr. Gordon Hahn of MonTREP published the Islam, Islamism, and Politics in Eurasia Report (IIPER), a bi-monthly compendium of news and analysis on politics involving Islam in the former Soviet Union. The main focus was on Russia's North Caucasus region. View archived IIPER Reports!