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Today, as the tech industry comes to grips with its current crisis, Troublemakers provides a welcome long view of Silicon Valley’s triumphs and troubles.
The combination of Ingels’ engine-revving personality and long view of progress makes his architecture at once practical and bold.
Human rights were long viewed as a blight on China's international reputation, said University of Hong Kong's Xu.
Although some South Sudanese see Machar as their protector, the United States has long viewed him as part of the problem and has not advocated his return.
Understandably, Vivar seems more interested in the long view.
But Aziza Mekdad, a retired house cleaner from Meknes who now lives in France – which became the first country last year to ban plastic plates and cups – takes the long view.
If the WaPo-60 Minutes reporting is accurate, hardly anyone took the long view of what the consequences of passing this bill would be.
The world is now in want of answers as to how the country's transition could have taken so drastic a turn, and about the origins of such hatred among a population long viewed as a peace-loving civilians suffering under a violent regime.
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