• The War Beat, Europe: The American Media at War against Nazi Germany (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017)
The War Beat, Europe was published in the US on 3 April 2017 and was released in the UK in June 2017. The Kindle version is available on Amazon.
“Steve Casey’s The War Beat is a wonderful chronicle of an extraordinary band of correspondents who covered the defeat of the Third Reich. Based on impeccable research, and written with flair and humanity, this utterly absorbing study chronicles the journalists who put themselves in harm’s way to record the titanic struggle to preserve freedom.”—Alex Kershaw, author of Avenue of Spies: A True Story of Terror, Espionage, and One American Family's Heroic Resistance in Nazi-Occupied Paris
“Engagingly written and full of illuminating vignettes, War Beat, Europe tells the story of the brave and intrepid correspondents who reported on the European front during the Second World War. Though subject to military censorship, these courageous journalists never lost sight of their fundamental obligation to keep the public informed.”—Richard R. John, Columbia Journalism School
"This very impressive volume is a superbly researched and beautifully written study of US media coverage of the European theater during World War II. Its comprehensive and incisive analysis will lead to reconsideration of many standard beliefs regarding the relationship among the media, the armed forces, and the government during this conflict, as well as the individuals whose reporting and visuals helped shape the public image of the war.”—Mark A. Stoler, editor of the George C. Marshall Papers
“The famed American war correspondents who covered the European theater in World War II presented to their readers back home a conflict that was tough, but triumphant. The War Beat, Europe shows us the competition, hardship, criticism, distrust, and patriotism that characterized the fractious cooperation between the US military and the media.”—Susan Brewer, author of Why America Fights: Patriotism and War Propaganda from the Philippines to Iraq
• The War Beat, Europe: The American Media at War Against Nazi Germany. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
• When Soldiers Fall: How Americans have Confronted Combat Losses, from World War I to Afghanistan. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.
• Selling the Korean War: Propaganda, Politics, and the Press in the U.S., 1950-1953, New York: Oxford University Press, 2008; paperback 2010.
• Cautious Crusade: Franklin D. Roosevelt, American Public Opinion and Nazi Germany, 1941-45, New York: Oxford University Press, 2001; paperback 2004.
• Mental Maps in the Era of Détente and the End of the Cold War, Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2015 (co-editor with Jonathan Wright).
• The Cold War: Critical Concepts. London: Routledge, 2013 (editor).
• The Korean War at Sixty. London: Routledge, 2012 (editor).
• Mental Maps in the Early Cold War Era. Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2011 (co-editor with Jonathan Wright).
• Mental Maps in the Era of Two World Wars. Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008 (co-editor with Jonathan Wright).
Articles and chapters
• ‘Confirming the Cold War Consensus: Eisenhower and the Election of 1952,’ in Andrew Priest and Andrew Johnstone, eds., Elections and American Foreign Policy, Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, forthcoming.
• ‘The 1930s and the Road to War,’ in Oxford Research Encyclopedia in History, Oxford University Press, 2016.
• ‘When Congress Gets Mad,’ Foreign Affairs, 95 (January-February, 2016).
• ‘Reporting from the Battlefield: Censorship and Journalism,’ in Richard Boswell, Evan Mawdsley, and Joe Maoilo, eds., Cambridge History of the Second World War, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
• ‘War Correspondents,’ in Dennis Showalter, ed., Oxford Bibliographies in Military History, New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.
• ‘The Media,’ in Dennis Showalter, ed., Oxford Bibliographies in Military History, New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.
• ‘The United States,’ in James Matray and Donald W. Boose, eds., The Ashgate Companion to the Korean War, Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2014.
• ‘Rhetoric and Style of Truman's Leadership,’ in Daniel S. Margolies, ed., A Companion to Harry S. Truman, Oxford: Blackwell, 2012.
• ‘Harry Truman, the Korean War, and the Transformation of U.S. Policy in East Asia, June 1950-June 1951,’ in James Matray, ed., The East Asia Legacy of Harry S. Truman, Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2012.
• ‘Obama’s Alliances,’ Lowy Institute Working Paper, 2011.
• ‘The Truman-MacArthur Controversy at Sixty,’Historically Speaking (2011), with William Stueck.
• ‘Harry S. Truman’s Mental Map,’ in Casey and Wright, ed., Mental Maps in the Early Cold War Era, Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2011.
• ‘Wilfred Burchett and the UN Command's Media Relations during the Korean War,’Journal of Military History, 74, (2010).
• ‘Casualty Reporting and Domestic Support for War: The U.S. Experience during the Korean War,’Journal of Strategic Studies, 33 (2010).
• ‘Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Mental Map,’ in Casey and Wright, ed., Mental Maps in the Era of Two World Wars, Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008.
• ‘White House Publicity Operations during the Korean War, 1950-1951,’Presidential Studies Quarterly, 35 (December 2005).
• ‘Selling NSC-68: The Truman Administration and the Politics of Mobilization, 1950-51,’ Diplomatic History, 29 (September 2005).
• ‘The Campaign to Sell a Harsh Peace for Germany to the American Public, 1944-48,’History, 90 (January 2005).
• ‘Propaganda in the Korean War,’ in Nicholas Cull, David Culbert, and David Welch, ed., Propaganda and Mass Persuasion, Oxford: ABC-Clio, 2003.
• ‘Red, White, and Bush,’ Foreign Policy, January-February 2002.
• ‘Franklin Roosevelt, Ernst “Putzi” Hanfstaengl and the “S-Project,” 1942-44,’ Journal of Contemporary History, 35 (July 2000).