August 17, 2012
Tiny Cook Islands a Squeeze for Hillary Clinton
The tiny Cook Islands are proving almost too small for Hillary Clinton.
The South Pacific island chain, home to just 10,000 people, is buzzing as it prepares for the expected visit of the U.S. secretary of state, the biggest dignitary to stop by since Queen Elizabeth II nearly four decades ago. Hosting such a high-profile guest and her entourage, however, is posing problems for a government that owns just three small SUVs and is scrambling to borrow cars from residents to create a proper motorcade.