Nate Rawlings

Nate Rawlings is a writer for TIME magazine's international team. He previously wrote for the magazine’s Briefing section and about domestic government, politics and military affairs. Prior to joining the TIME staff, Nate reported for the magazine from Iraq and Afghanistan while studying in graduate school. A former Army officer, Nate served two combat tours in Iraq, as a platoon leader in 2006, and as an embedded combat advisor to the Iraqi Army in 2008-2009, both with 4th Infantry Division. Nate holds a BA in History from Princeton University, an MS from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and a MA in International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

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The Walking Dead Watch: ‘Claimed’

Last night’s episode of The Walking Dead, the 11th out of 16 this season, is the 46th since the series began on Halloween 2010. Assuming a rather conservative estimate of two dozen zombie kills per episode (In some there have been hundreds, but there were a few episodes during the “Sofia watch” where there were only one or two), we’ve …

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