‘Difficult Four’ countries

The recently released report, ‘Global Britain, Global Broker’ recently classified 4 countries as the ‘difficult four’ countries- namely, India, Russia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia. The report by UK’s policy institute, Chatham House, gives proposes a blueprint for the country’s foreign policy post-Brexit. These 4 countries were classified so because they could become UK’s ‘rivals’ or ‘awkward counterparts’. Some of the listed reasons for India’s inclusion was ‘overt Hindu nationalism’, reluctance in supporting ‘liberal democracy’, ‘ambivalence’ about human rights abuses, etc.

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