Joseph Clovis Louis Marie Emmanuel Pholien (28 December 1884 – 4 January 1968) was a BelgianCatholic politician and member of the Christian Social Party. He was born in Liège, and volunteered to serve with the Belgian Army during World War I, being commissioned as a first lieutenant. He was Minister of Justice under Paul-Henri Spaak from May 1938 to February 1939 and was the 37th Prime Minister of Belgium from 16 August 1950 to 15 January 1952. In 1966, he became a Minister of State.
His term as prime minister is notable for seeing the departure of the Belgian United Nations Command (BUNC) to fight in the Korean War (1950–1953).