In the current arms control negotiations, the Trump administration proposed
that a future treaty cover all Russia, Chinese, and US warheads and include more-intrusive verification
Russia, through its Deputy Foreign Minister, Sergei Ryabkov, rejected the proposal out of hand.
Since Russia has shown itself not serious about arms control, perhaps we should engage in a new bout of arms control via rapid arms development and buildup. That won’t produce prompt results, but it will result in a new and stricter arms control régime just as surely as the Reagan Strategic Defense Initiative build up did with the Soviet Union.
A modification of a Reagan doctrine: we can afford it; they can’t.