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The erosion of university autonomy should set alarm bells ringing

When fears are raised over academic freedom in Europe, the examples that first flash to mind are the extreme cases—like the Central European University being forced to move most of its activities out of Viktor Orbán’s Hungary.

But research released this month by the European University Association shows that “excessive and unnecessary” political interference is a problem across Europe, with concerns raised about countries including Denmark, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.  

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