This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book explores how informed public opinion influences foreign policy makers in both Poland and Ukraine, with the spotlight on two areas. It examines how economic factors influence informed public opinion of the Polish-Ukrainian strategic relationship. The book suggests that the general Ukrainian admiration for Poland is rooted almost exclusively in its greater prosperity, and its relatively more ordered society, in which the rule of law appears to be enforced with greater vigour. It indicates that labour migration is more unpopular in Ukraine than Poland. It may also be that informed public opinion is unlikely to feel threatened by foreign labour since by virtue of its higher education it tends to be employed in largely recession-proof professions. The book deals with the wider implications of the question of legitimacy and reconciliation.