Prospect ‘s “overrated and underrated” events of the year are divided alphabetically, by author surname, into four parts: click here to read parts one , two , three and four .
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Andrew Moravcsik professor of politics
Overrated The Russia-Georgian conflict. For a while it seemed that the Russia-Georgia conflict was going to usher in a new geopolitical era of Russian expansionism and Nato counter-balancing in central Asia. In fact it proved a peripheral event: An imprudent Georgian leader sought to bolster domestic stature by playing the nationalist…
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