THE MEDITERRANEAN: The Third Man

When Yugoslavia's President Tito and Egypt's President Nasser last met at Tito's hideaway on the Adriatic isle of Brioni in 1956, the third man present was India's neutral-in-arms, Jawaharlal Nehru. Last week, when Tito and Nasser moved their talks (TIME, July 14) to Brioni for fun, games and communiques, another third man unexpectedly turned up. The visitor: Greece's busy Foreign Minister, 48-year-old Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza.

Because Greece's leftists had rolled up 25% of the vote in last May's elections, putting new pressure on Premier Constantine Karamanlis' pro-Western government to turn neutralist, and because...

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