The inaugural issue of Iran’s Globalization Studies is out. Howard M. Wasserman (FIU): Moral Panics and Body Cameras. Eric Anthamatten (Parsons): Visibility is a Trap: Body Cameras and the Panopticon of Police Power. Polly J. Price (Emory): Ebola and the Law in the United States: A Short Guide to Public Health Authority and Practical Limits. Tom C. W. Lin (Temple): National Pastime(s). Nicholas G. Hahn interviews George Will, author of A Nice Little Place on the North Side: Wrigley Field at One Hundred. Eric Garner’s murder is not only about the justice system — it’s about how capitalism creates racialized categories of “surplus” people. Ranjana Natarajan on how racial profiling has destroyed public trust in police — cops are exploiting our weak laws against it. How does aggressive police surveillance transform an urban neighborhood? James Forman reviews On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City by Alice Goffman. Is “progress” good for humanity? Jeremy Caradonna on rethinking the narrative of economic development, with sustainability in mind. I wish someone had told me this before I became a politician: Michael Ignatieff writes a letter to a young liberal. “In recently democratised countries I’m still a rock star”: World-renowned political thinker Francis Fukuyama on what’s left of The End of History, the crimes of the neocons and having the ear of the Chinese leadership. Pope Francis’s edict on climate change will anger deniers and US churches. Sarah Posner on how Christians are more supportive of torture than non-religious Americans. Conquest is for losers: Paul Krugman on how there is still a powerful political faction in America that hasn’t learned this lesson.