Anies Baswedan, Prabowo Subianto, and Ganjar Pranowo will face off in Indonesia’s presidential election next year, with outgoing President Jokowi as a potential kingmaker.
Javier Milei, Geert Wilders, and Nigel Farage exemplify the media’s role in normalizing and misunderstanding far-right politics.
With the victory of Geert Wilders’ Party for Freedom, a far-right party is the largest in the Netherlands’ national parliament.
Javier Milei plans radical changes for Argentina’s economy, including getting rid of the Central Bank and adopting the U.S. dollar.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has no clear vision for an endgame in the ongoing war with Hamas in Gaza.
In his first year, Kenyan President William Ruto faced economic struggles, unmet promises, and persistent corruption.
Strongman Ramzan Kadyrov wields power in Chechnya through brute force, an alliance with Putin, and the exploitation of Islam.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed demands Red Sea port access, risking regional conflict and straining international relations.
In responding to the crisis in Israel and Palestine, Erdogan must appease his political base at home while not totally alienating Israel.
Contrary to expectations, Benjamin Netanyahu may be able to outlast disasters as he has before and remain a player in Israeli politics.