عنوان مقاله [English]
The Color Revolutions in some of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), namely the survivor states of the former USSR, occurred in the third millennium. Some developments in Georgia in 2003, which were called the velvet revolution or the rose revolution, changed the government of Georgia without bloodshed leading to transformations in Eurasia region. This article focuses on the results and effects of the presidential election which was held on January 5, 2008 in Georgia as well as on its impact on U.S. and Russian interests. Many analysts evaluated that the re-election of Saakashvili was a step in the way of democracy in Georgia, although another group expressed that the condition was not easy and there were signs of political instability. They predicted that it would affect Georgia’s relations with the NATO. The author of the paper seeks to examine the causes and parameters of Russia’s war on Georgia and how the war ended finally.