The foreign policy of appeasement embraced so enthusiastically by the Obama administration hasn't really shown us very much in terms of results. It is so embarrassingly reminiscent of Neville Chamberlain that even some Democrats are beginning to notice.
The mantra of the media and the left, however, has become the assertion that the Republicans are very good at complaining but they don't offer any solutions. That, of course, is demonstrably absurd. The right has proposed many solutions but for some reason they don't get much media coverage. Ignoring messages means that apparently there was never a message at all.
What then should the Republicans learn with regard to foreign policy. Bret Stephens offers a pretty good outline of a direction for the future:
Become Credible Globally...Again!
That piece outlines the package pretty clearly, doesn't it?