Today, 20 years ago, hundreds of thousands of citizens gathered in Belgrade and assaulted the parliament asking for the resignation of the president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic, who was accused of electoral fraud. The day after, he recognized the defeat in the presidential elections. Since then, Serbia underwent a democratic transition – a process that was never completed. On the contrary, many features of today’s Serbia recall those of Milosevic's era: lack of media freedom, growing corruption, and national disputes with neighbouring countries – with the Kosovo issue still suffering from the former president's nationalist legacy. What does the future hold for Serbia and the region? Where is the country's uncertain transition headed?