Electronic warfare and the principle of discrimination in international humanitarian law


Electronic warfare is a new weapon for countries in armed conflict. Information technology is a weapon of modern times. Military forces of countries with such capabilities can inflict material damage on property or lives.Electronic warfare raises many thorny legal issues that need more legal research, such as modern-day technology-based weapons, remotely operated like warplanes or those that pass through Cyberspace, as in electronic warfare.Electronic warfare has led international jurists to study the war by approaching the rules applicable to armed conflict, the rules on the concept of war, the position of international humanitarian law on modern weapons, the compatibility of the concept of the fighter with the cyber attacker,