This conclusion presents some closing thoughts of the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book discusses the ‘hagiography’ that surrounds educational exchanges. It also discusses the idea that the sub-state administrations of Russia, Norway and Finland within the Arctic Circle have an obligation to preserve the wilderness that surrounds them but that much of their public diplomacy has been motivated by neoliberal concerns over competitiveness, development and open trade. The book argues that there have been clear opportunities for public diplomacy to assist the development of human consciousness around the world through helping people to overcome their fears, irrationality and egotistical concerns and to offer compassion and higher wisdom in its place. It concerns the narratives of the Indian National Congress as it campaigned in different parts of the world for the end of British colonial rule.