International relations and intellectual property are the types of topics that seem very distant from a lot of people’s lives. They seem like confusing topics that are strewn with jargon and concepts that are hard to comprehend. However, these topics are very important because they are crucial to the running of world politics. Without positive international relations, countries suffer socially, economically and politically. Bad international relations can lead to certain countries leveraging their powers against others and making those countries and their people suffer. As a result of negative international relations, countries may be barred from receiving products that they want or need. Laws may be made against them that devastate their economies. Hostilities between countries may eventually, through complex events, lead to world wars.
This is why Kamil Idris studies international relations and intellectual property laws. He feels that it is his mission in life to be an expert on this topic, and to be able to advise leaders and the public on what should be done. He has had contact with a number of leaders from all over the planet, and has a lot to do with the United Nations.
Kamil Idris holds an impressive amount of educational credentials, totaling at 20 doctorates and 1 bachelor. His work experience is varied and diverse. He has authored several books about economics and international relation. Kamil Idris also ran to be the President of Sudan in 2010. He has experience in academia after having taught in numerous positions as a professor. The talented professor works for the Word Intellectual Property Organization as the Director General.
The one doctorate that is not honorary and that he actually went to school for was from the University of Geneva. The bachelor degree that he earned prior to this doctorate was from the University of Cairo, in Egypt. Aside from his bachelors from the University of Cairo and his doctorate from the University of Geneva, his 19 other degrees were awarded to him in honor from a number of schools that are located all over the world.