PAST CONTRIBUTORS 

Founder and chairwoman, Dulce Murphy, with the Russian Minister of Culture at the dedication of the Library of Psychological Literature at Moscow State University (c. 2000)

Throughout the decades Track Two has collaborated with committed and insightful individuals. These include, among others, the following:

DULCE MURPHY

Founder, Track Two: An Institute for Citizen Diplomacy

MICHAEL MURPHY

Author, co-founder – Esalen Institute

ABEL G. AGANBEGYAN

Gorbachev’s chief economist

VALENTIN BEREZHKOV

Famous Soviet translator, including for Stalin

ANTONINA W. BOUIS

Literary translator

GOVERNOR EDMUND G. BROWN

32nd Governor of California, lawyer

 

PHIL DONAHUE

American TV presenter

DANIEL ELLSBERG

Activist, military analyst, author

 

ERIK ERICKSON

Developmental psychologist and psychoanalyst

 

VIKTOR EROFEYEV

Russian author 

WILLIS GOLDBECK

Medical administration consultant, working with WHO

SERGEI KAPITSA

Physicist, known for generations as popular TV host in the Soviet Union

SAM KEEN

Author, professor and philosopher

NORMAN MAILER

Novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, film-maker, actor, and political activist

JACK MATLOCK

Last US Ambassador to USSR

JOSEPH MONTVILLE

US State Department Soviet Union and Middle East

DEAN ORNISH, MD

Preventive medicine physician and researcher, author

VLADIMIR POZNER

Russian TV presenter

RUSTY SCHWEIKART

American astronaut

GEORGE SOLOMON, MD

Identified with Soviet colleagues psychoneuroimmunology

 

SUSAN SONTAG

American author, film-maker, teacher, and political activist

 

TATIANA TOLSTAYA

Russian author, TV host, publicist, novelist, and essayist

 

KURT VONNEGUT

American author

 

ANDREW WEIL, MD

Preventive medicine physician and researcher, author

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