The CTBT bans all nuclear explosions anywhere on Earth whether for military or peaceful purposes.
The legislation country reports provide comprehensive information on the regulatory and institutional framework governing nuclear activities in OECD and NEA member countries.
The 1997 Vienna Protocol improves the original regime by requiring that more money be made available to compensate more victims for a broad range of damages.
Aims to prohibit all nuclear weapon activities, including the development, testing, production, acquisition, possession, stockpiling, use, or threats to use nuclear weapons.
The Brussels Supplementary Convention establishes a scheme to provide compensation supplementary to that required by the Paris Convention. The BSC is open only to contracting parties to the Paris C...
The Paris Convention establishes a nuclear liability and compensation regime to compensate victims of a nuclear accident. The PC is open to OECD member countries as of right and non-member countrie...
The CSC provides for a global liability and compensation scheme that may supplement that called for under the Paris Convention, the Vienna Convention or Annex state legislation as defined by the CS...
National legislation: China
Nuclear legislation: India
Nuclear legislation: Canada