Why, because you say so?Anyways, it isn't really true that we gave more than we got out of that treaty. That's just the usual banter of right wing pundits. We got a ton of out of it. Huge expansion of inspection rights and whatnot, which is really what we're most interested in with regards to Russia.
No, they don't. Their warhead counts are negligibly above the limits set by the treaty, whereas ours are significantly above. All this does is negate, as I said, our strategic advantage. And give up our missile defense commitments, which was the prerequisite for negotiating the treaty.But they also are having to cut their number of warheads by half and lots of other stuff.
We got squat. We gave up a lot. It'll happen again.