The Pax Mongolica or "Mongol Peace" is a phrase coined by Western scholars to describe the alleged stabilizing effects of the conquest of the Mongol Empire on the social, cultural and economic life of the inhabitants of the vast Eurasian territory they conquered in the 13th and 14th centuries. Peace, in the modern usage is a concept defined by the ideal state of relationship as absence of hostility at the international level that of a War. The Mongol Empire ( Mongolyn Ezent Güren or mn Их Mонгол улс Ikh Mongol Uls; 1206–1368 was the largest contiguous Empire
It was said that a virgin carrying a sack of gold could ride unharmed from one border of the empire to the other. 
The conquests of Genghis Khan effectively connected the Eastern world with the Western world, ruling a territory from Southeast Asia to Eastern Europe. Genghis Khan ( or;, Chinggis Khaan, ʧiŋgɪs χaːŋ Činggis Qaɣan; 1162–1227 born (meaning "ironworker" was the Mongol founder The term Eastern world refers very broadly to the various Cultures social structures and philosophical systems of " the East " The term Western world, the West or the Occident ( Latin: occidens -sunset -west as distinct from the Orient) can have multiple meanings The Silk Road, connecting trade centers across Asia and Europe, came under the sole rule of the Mongol Empire. The Silk Road, or Silk Routes, are an extensive interconnected network of Trade routes across the Asian continent connecting East South and Western Asia with the The term Pax Mongolica is used to describe the eased communication and commerce the unified administration helped to create.