It's often a head-scratcher when you see names of leaders who are atypical for their country. The classic case for me was the former Peruvian leader Alberto Fujimori; if he came to the US, he'd be considered Hispanic since he's a native-born Spanish speaker but is of Japanese descent.
Well, welcome to another classic Hispanic name,Pedro Pablo Kuczynski. His dad's of Polish descent, but he was born in Peru and is now the president.
I found out about him via this BBC piece noting how one of his predicessors, Alejandro Toledo, is on the lam from corruption charges back home, and got declared persona non grata by Israel. To top it all off, we have a double Jewish connection; Kucynski's dad was Jewish and so is Toledo's wife.
Just your typical leadership class in South America.