Martha Karua, Sir Edward Clay
In two short weeks, Kenya's international standing has been dealt a devastating blow. The nation hailed as a beacon of hope for Africa is now seems riven by political division, ethnic tension and the spectre of communal violence. Stephen Sackur talks to Martha Karua, Kenya's justice minister and Sir Edward Clay, Britain's former high commissioner in Nairobi. He asks if stability be salvaged from the wreckage of last month's disputed elections.