India part of ‘Difficult Four’ for UK strategy: Chatham House

New Delhi, Jan 13 : India, Russia, Turkey And Saudi Arabia Have Been Termed As The "Difficult Four" By A UK Think Tank.

In Report "Global Britain, Global Broker" By Chatham House Which Is A Detailed Study On UK Strategic Agenda Post Brexit, India Is Listed Among The "Difficult Four".

"Developing The Relationship With India, A Pivotal Regional Democracy, As Part Of This Shift In British Strategic Focus, Will Prove A Complex Task.

India's Importance To The UK Is Inescapable," The Report Says.

India Will Be The Largest Country In The World By Population Very Soon And Will Have The Third-largest Economy And Defence Budget At Some Point In This Decade.