MIDDLE EAST: Britain's Anxious Debate

Nothing arouses the Briton like criticism, and last week Britons were getting plenty of it. The World Council of Churches condemned the exiling of Archbishop Makarios as an act "very deeply resented throughout the orthodox world," sent messages of sympathy and support to Makarios himself in his tropical island exile. Greece talked of withdrawing from NATO, and actually did withdraw its ambassador from London. The U.S. State Department tried to avoid taking sides between its Greek and British friends (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS), but in Athens, U.S. Ambassador Cavendish Cannon called on Greek Premier Konstantin

Karamanlis to offer the U.S.'s "sympathetic...

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