Imaran Khan the new PM as is popularly believed has conceded that Pakistan stoked the J&K terror. At the same time, he speaks of new ties. But he was quick to suggest that unless Kashmir is resolved, the Mumbai type of attacks could continue. In other words, he has said nothing new. He has tried to present himself as a moderate, progressive, idealist peacenik who has the silver bullet to Pakistan's problem. He has claimed that he was not against the US, but against the US War on Terror, and yet at the same time, has remained vague as to who are the terrorists. He has conceded that Pakistan is a radicalised country that requires the US to change its policy to address the situation in Pakistan. If he should come to power, will it make any change to the India Pakistan relationship or the US Pakistan relationship? Is he capable of achieving a balanced and progressive Pakistan?