Definition of Pax Sovietica in English:

Pax Sovietica

noun

historical
  • A state or period of relative peace overseen by the Soviet Union.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in Aldous Huxley (1894–1963), writer. From classical Latin pāx peace + Soviet + classical Latin -ica, feminine of -icus.

Pronunciation

Pax Sovietica

/ˌpaks səʊvɪˈɛtɪkə//ˌpaks sɒvɪˈɛtɪkə/