Cyprus: Anger Again

Turkey has long since learned that the best way to advertise the plight of the Turkish minority on Cyprus is to move a large number of soldiers into the port of Iskenderun, send out some ships on "patrol," and arrange for someone to make an inflammatory speech in Ankara. Invariably, the result is panicky fear of a Cyprus invasion that brings mobilization by the Greeks on Cyprus and a sudden feverish burst of diplomatic energy in every major capital in the West. Just such a fright last week caused Cypriot President Archbishop Makarios to call out his 30,000-man Home...

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