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Paupp shows that not only is inclusionary governance possible, but that the essential legal foundation is already in place; all that is required is the compliance of nations with their obligations under international human rights law, and the centuries-old nation-state-dominated, war-oriented 'balance of power' will be gone forever. Paupp's analysis is particularly valuable in its insistence that the governments of both developed and undeveloped nations must each commit themselves to the goal of inclusionary governance: First World governments to enforcement of global and domestic human rights regimes, Third World governments to the rights of the poor and marginalised majority within the boundaries of their countries.