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Tokelau is a non-self-governing territory and has been administered by New Zealand since 1926. Tokelau has few physical links with the wider world. There is no airport and it takes more than 24 hours by boat to reach its southern neighbour, Samoa.
Like other low-lying territories in the region, Tokelau is said to be at risk from rising sea levels. It is also vulnerable to tropical cyclones.