Time for a reboot.
During WW2 two operations had different outcomes. Operation Vengeance, the American assassination of Isoroku Yamamoto failed, and Operation Valkyrie succeed in killing Hitler.
These events changed the course of the war drastically and by 1945 Japan and the German Republic were fighting with the Allies against the Soviet Union and Himmler's Third Reich meaning neither Germany nor Japan was entirely dissembled and rebuilt by the Allies.
With the war continuing the conservatives won a marginal victory in the 1945 general election and Churchill remained in power.
Churchill also reluctantly oversaw the start of decolonization, a somewhat more gradual process than in our timeline with Britain refusing to leave a state until stability could be assured. This occasionally lead to violence, as it did in India in 1948 where Muslims and Hindu Nationalists clashed, and in the same year in Palestine where Arabs and Jews fought.
In India many Anglo-Indians, Sikhs, Christians and others who preferred the Raj left for the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, which were retained by Britain as an overseas territory, after Hong Kong was returned to the Republic of China, Port Blair became the Royal Navy's main naval base east of Suez.
Both Britain and France maintains better relations with their most of former colonies, with most of former British Empire remaining Commonwealth Realms and while on their own they are not super powers, with the French Union and Commonwealth of Nations behind them they can give the USSR and USA a run for their money.
In Malaya and Indochina Communism posed a major threat into the 1950's until stable governments could be established and the Asian Treaty Organisation formed.
Communism still continues to rear its ugly head across the world, but it could never take off in the way it did in our timeline.
Yugoslavia split with the Soviet Union early and has been very open and friendly with the west, and has created it's own modest sphere of influence.
Indonesia aggression kept West Papua and East Timur close to the Netherlands and Portugal until 2005 when the Indonesians tried to conquer Malaya, the Philippines and the aforementioned territories. After a year of intense naval warfare and major invasions and 4 years of guerilla campaigns, terrorism and the hellish trench and jungle warfare on Java, Indonesia capitulated.
The Dutch are in charge of the occupation of the Moluccas, commanding Belgian, Luxembourgish, German and Polish forces. The Portuguese command French and Italian troops in the Lesser Sunda Islands, Britain occupies Kalimantan with Malayan, Bruneian and Commonwealth African troops, Vietnam runs Sumatra with ATO troops, Sulawesi is run by the Australians with the New Zealanders and Fijians helping and the Americans occupy Java and Bali with the Canadians.
The hope is that Indonesia can be split apart into manageable independent nations, with the possibility of independence for Timur and Papua, though the Papuans seem content to remain with the Dutch.
Similar to the situation in South East Asia, Spain has kept a hold of Western Sahara and Belize has remained a British Overseas Territory because of Guatamalan hostility. Hopes are than Yugoslav agents will be able to help topple the current Soviet allied regime and introduce some nicer communists as it's become clear that the American favoured rebels are little more than drug dealers.