Dr. Tarek Cherkaoui is the author of "The News Media at War: The Clash of Western and Arab Networks in the Middle East". Cherkaoui is an expert in the field of strategic communications.
In modern warfare, many nations strive to reach a high degree of "information dominance," which guarantees them superiority and affects the enemy's morale and decision-making
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