Beth Oppenheim

Beth Oppenheim

Researcher
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CER podcast: Another referendum?

12 September 2018
Sophia Besch asks Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska and Beth Oppenheim about the prospects for another Brexit referendum.

CER podcast: A guide to the White Paper

13 July 2018
Beth Oppenheim asks Sam Lowe about the UK government's recent White Paper on Brexit, and whether it stands any chance of being accepted by the EU.

The battle over Europe's budget

Prospect
10 May 2018
Negotiations on the “Multiannual Financial Framework” are getting underway, but how to make up the Brexit-shaped shortfall?

CER podcast: Defence co-operation after Brexit: A positive sum game?

26 April 2018
Beth Oppenheim talks to Sophia Besch about the difficulties the UK and the EU face as they try to negotiate the conditions for European military co-operation and defence industrial policy after Brexit.

CER podcast: Brexit negotiations: Will the unity of the 27 crack?

28 March 2018
Sophia Besch speaks to Beth Oppenheim and Sam Lowe about what to expect during the second part of Brexit negotiations – will the future relationship talks bring out different political and economic interests among the EU-27?

Ukraine is no blueprint for Brexit success

EurActiv
23 March 2018
As European leaders gather once again in Brussels, the European Parliament has recommended the UK consider an association agreement with the EU after Brexit.

CER podcast: A European agenda for Germany

28 February 2018
Sophia Besch and Beth Oppenheim discuss German politics, and what Berlin needs to do over the next four years to help Europe overcome its many challenges.

Brexit Britain faces a reality check on trade

CNN
19 December 2017
Britain and the European Union are finally set to begin what promises to be the toughest stage of the Brexit process: negotiating a new relationship and a transition phase to bed down the changes.

The case for a slow-motion Brexit

Prospect
05 December 2017
Recent chaos in the negotiations shows that a two-year "implementation period" is entirely unrealistic.

What explains the "Brexodus" from DExEU?

Prospect
31 October 2017
The Department for Exiting the European Union has slowly haemorrhaged civil servants ever since its inception last year.

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