President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney’s third and final debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. is slated for Monday at 9 p.m. ET. Mashable readers can watch the presidential debate live stream right here, along with a live blog featuring a panel of foreign policy experts and Mashable staff.
Monday’s presidential debate is focused on foreign policy. Thus, we’ve collected a panel of foreign policy experts to bring Mashable readers up-to-the-second analysis of what’s happening during the debate:
Stephen Schlesinger, Author and Adjunct Fellow at the Century Foundation
Michaela Bendikova, Research Associate for Strategic Issues at The Heritage Foundation
Josh Keating, Associate Editor at Foreign Policy Magazine
We’re asking for your comments, too — but we’re pre-moderating them, so please be patient if they don’t appear instantly.
Some major issues we’re expecting the candidates to address are the War on Terrorism, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Egypt, Iran, Israel and China. The latter category may be interesting for technology lovers, as China’s a major player in international patent reform, manufacturing, labor laws and cybersecurity.
Will the third debate have a major impact on the outcome of the race? Will any technology issues arise as they did during the last debate? Watch with us and find out.
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