International peace and world peace, are these same on the sentence?

or used in the different way or meaning?

Thank you for your help.
MM is right, but IMO:

"world" is a bit more absolute: "for all countries"
"international": "for several countries"
I think of "world peace" as everyone getting along with everyone. A state of universal harmony.

I don't think I've heard of "international peace" before, but it sounds like no war between countires.

You don't have to look very hard to find examples of terrible things happening between people who live in the same country, so "world peace" sounds (to me) like the broader term.
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I think they are the same, and I think that 'world peace' is much more frequently used.
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