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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