World Insight: Brexit – a bad day for Europe, but knowledge must always cross borders

According to Martin Paul’s blog on the website of Times Higher Education, the Brexit is a step back for Europe, but not the end of the world. The biggest threat is falling back to a form of “European Kleinstaaterei”. It is up to universities to build bridges and keep the European academic space alive.

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