The president of the United Arab Emirates, the second-biggest Arab economy, is in stable condition after having a stroke, according to state-run WAM news agency.
On a snowy morning in the middle of February, Tony Blair, looking trim from his four- to five-times- a-week workout regime, is sipping coffee in his office in London’s Mayfair district.
A stroke suffered by the president of the United Arab Emirates may cement a process that has already seen his brother assume greater responsibility in running the oil-rich nation.
"Global economic growth will increasingly be sourced from emerging economies."
- Al Nahyan on Jun 30, 2014