While going through some of the NS-era legal papers on international law, I noticed the common theme of the
Jew. The theme is mentioned by both the non-racial
("large spaces" of political influence analogous to the Monroe Doctrine promulgated by the United States in the 19th-century) thinkers like Schmitt, as well as the racial and
thinkers like Werner Daitz:
Jews are still promoting the imperialism of their host countries, but for the ultimate goal of preserving Israel, a fixed, eternally Jewish and spatial habitat. Does the existence of Israel overturn these old arguments? Does its existence represent a fundamental change in the Jewish cultural character?