I'd assume that SM-3s in India would be able to whack nuke silos that are to the east of the Urals. Perhaps Kazakhstan.
The only large rockets in Kazakhstan are launching satellites at Baikanour... and about half of those are launching western payloads into space at the moment and in the future the non Russian payloads will only increase as the Russians complete their new space port in the East.
Also time is working for Russia and US will be more and more broke, so
it will be wiser for US to make Russia strong ally, than enemy.
You'd think the US would have stepped back at the end of the cold war and said... why are we investing money into Communist China and giving the Ruskies the cold shoulder. Democracy in Russia might not meet the very high standards of the US, but at least they are trying it on for size... which is more than can be said of China.
Even the very basic thought that the thousands of nuclear warheads the Russians have is really the only actual threat to the US compared to the few hundred China has, or the number Pakistan have etc that it would be in Americas interests to develop closer ties with Russia, and stop treating it like it was still the cold war.
I am not suggesting treating it like a friend (like you do with communist china still), but not actually treating it like an enemy might lead to closer ties.
The UK is Americas best buddy in the so called war on terror, yet these two countries have fought against each other. America and Germany and Japan went through difficult times yet they managed to make it civil when they felt it was in their interests to do so.
The huge irony is that the west was best friends with the Soviet Union at a time when the Soviet Union was supposedly at its most evil... during Stalins rule during the second world war is when most people who claim the Soviet Union was evil point to purges and massacres and NKVD squads shooting more Soviets than Nazis etc etc.
Of course Stalin was evil because he had a secret pact with Hitler and he stole land in the east after not fighting in the Pacific for most of the war and he closed the iron curtain on eastern europe...
Of course he appeased hitler just like every other european country did because Britain and Poland did trust him and weren't interested in any other deal.
Stalin had agreed to enter the Pacific war against Japan through an agreement with the US that didn't want to have to fight the Japs alone in the east.
And eastern europe were happily signed over to Stalin by Britain and the US well before the war ended.