This chapter concludes with a comparative exercise and a summary of the theoretical and practical contributions of this monograph. Order and pluralism can coexist with our world society, and both the English School and the study of IHRL would benefit from more critical and self-critical approaches. We are living a historical juncture of shifting tectonic plates with rising nationalism in the Global North, ever-growing power in the Global South and a declining presence of Europe in global affairs. The conditions under which IHRL grew up have fundamentally changed. By itself this is neither good nor bad, but unpacking the factors beneath the legal recognition of human rights internationally is essential if we want to maintain and raise the position of humans in future global politics.