Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling Both Japan’s and the U.S.’ record trillion yen and dollar defense budgets are disturbing the Pacific waters once again.(1) But this time, and unlike World War Two, they are forging stronger military alliances. Just as troubling is the new law that allows Japan to supply U.S. military forces in the South China Sea, a law which also usurps Japan’s pacifist constitution and defense rules while giving the nation new military powers.(2) But again, and for nations that experienced archaic warrior cultures and still internalize dreams of military dominance, the more things change the more they remain the same. From the first great Japanese and U.S….