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Global-Regulation’s comparative law search is a great tool for exploring the implementing legislation of international treaties.
Here are the results for implementing legislation related to the Comprehensive Nuclear Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty: https://www.global-regulation.com/search.php?year&country&province&start&q=%22comprehensive+nuclear+test+ban%22&advanced=false. There are results (as of April, 2016) for Australia, Canada, Russia, Sweden, Ireland and other countries.
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) national legislation can be viewed here: https://www.global-regulation.com/search.php?year&country&province&start&q=convention+on+the+law+of+the+sea&advanced=false. The results show laws by Russia, Switzerland, Germany, Czech Republic, Estonia, Tonga and many more (often about different aspects of the implementation).
Other treaty legislation can be found by typing in the name of the treaty on the search page. To filter down to specific implementing legislation the country filters on the left can be used, or the advanced search feature.
Global-Regulation.com has 1.27 million laws indexed and available in the search engine now. In September of last year we had less than 0.25 million. We continue to make progress on making available and unifying all of the world’s online laws.
Recent additions to our database include Sweden (translated from Swedish), San Marino (translated from Italian), Poland (translated from Polish) and Switzerland (translated from French).
We’re starting this blog to help explain to our users and potential users what Global-Regulation.com is and how our software helps organize the world’s laws.