Currently the hottest spot in U.S.diplomacy is a stone-faced building in the heart of busy Belgrade, capital of Tito's Yugoslavia. From its shadowed rooms, lanky, sharp-featured Cavendish Cannon, 54, had done one of the cold war's outstanding jobs. He sniffed trouble in the air before the Tito Cominform split burst into the open, then begged his superiors to give Tito's government the encouragement and limited support it needed to keep the rebellion thriving, without buying Tito's own party line. But Cannon had worked himself into a state of exhaustion and a case of stomach ulcers. Last week he...

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