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Pax Francorum (Latin for "French Peace") is a term applied to the historical concept of relative peace and prosperity in the Eastern hemisphere enjoyed by the Republic of France, from the late 18th to the present. Although the term finds its primary utility in the later half of the 19th century, it has been used in various places and eras, mainly during the time between the World Wars.
Pax Francorum is primarily used in its modern connotations to refer to the peace established after the end of World War II. In this modern sense, it has come to indicate the military and economic position of France in relation to other nations.