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Presidential Debate: 7 Things To Look For Tonight

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BOCA RATON, FL - OCTOBER 21: Stand-ins for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, moderator Bob Scheiffer, and U.S. President Barack Obama seated at the debate table participate in a stage rehearsal a day ahead of the final presidential debate at Lynn University October 21, 2012 in Boca Raton, Florida. The U.S. election is a little over two weeks away. From left to right are Lynn University students A.J. Mercincavage, Andrew Lippi, and Eric Gooden. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Seven things to watch for when President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Gov. Mitt Romney debate foreign policy Monday night:

1. THE TIEBREAKER: Romney ran away with the first. Obama came back strong in the second. Stakes are high for their third and final showdown. Does that mean a repeat of last week's ornery tone? Or will the gravity of the issues — war, terrorism, world leadership — inspire more dignified discourse?

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