graduate researchers and Monterey Institute students Leslie Wukstich (MANPTS ’15), Jonathan Prohov (MANPTS ’16), and Marc Elliott (MANPTS ’16). The trio presented their research on issues related to the threat finance nexus and unconventional terrorist financing, and engaged in a question and answer sessions afterwards. Consecutive translation was provided by fellow student Flora (Tian) Zhang (MATI ’16).
experts Melissa Hanham and Stephanie Lieggi.
Jonathan Prohov and Marc Elliott presented on their current research project at MonTREP on antiquities trafficking as an unconventional source of terrorist finance, and discussed a recent op-ed they published with Brig. General (ret.) Russell Howard, a senior fellow at MonTREP.