The article aims to examine and critically evaluate the idea of sovereignty and the nuances of its verbal expression through the concept of strategic narratives, to reveal different models of sovereignty within the context of European Union Member States (mainly France, Hungary/Poland) and the European Union (EU) since 2017. The article seeks to answer the following questions: What idea of sovereignty has been projected to the public in selected European countries and the EU by their political actors since 2017? What model, functional limits and narratives do actors forge?
Aistė Deimantaitė (2021) The EU and national sovereignty: the encounter of two concepts of sovereignty. Change or continuity?, Australian and Newzealand Journal of European Studies, 13(3), 59-69, https://www.esaanz.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/The-EU-and-national-sovereignty-the-encounter-of-two-concepts-of-sovereignty.-Change-or-continuity.pdf