A swift round of peaceful protests forced President Eduard Shevardnadze from power and life is returning to normal in the capital, Tbilisi. The interim president announced she would repeal the state of emergency imposed days earlier and hold elections within 45 days. Stability is far from guaranteed, however, and Georgia may see turmoil in the days and weeks to come as parties and personalities vie for power. The Black Sea region of Adzharia, long home to separatist sentiments, imposed a state of emergency of its own Nov. 23 and tightened security on its border with the rest of the country. Consider deferring travel to Georgia until the situation becomes clearer.