Yesterday’s Amnesty International report on the high civilian death toll of CIA’s secret drone program, and today’s report in the Washington Post on the Pakistani government’s complicity in that drone program, must be making Imran Khan a very happy man.The cricketer-turned-politician and leader of opposition party PTI has been the most vocal critic of the drone program, even going so far as to say that terrorism in Pakistan is a direct result of drone attacks and the broader American war on terror. So this week, now that Amnesty International’s report has said that the US is “exploiting the lawless and remote nature of the region to evade accountability for its drone program, including killings that may constitute extrajudicial executions or war crimes,” the Pakistani right, including Imran Khan, has been reinvigorated in their anti-American rhetoric and insistence on peace talks with the Taliban. Anti-Americanism, already a national pastime in Pakistan, will only get stronger.Conversely, Bob Woodward and Greg Miller’s report in the Washington Post this morning points to Pakistan’s collusion in the drone strikes, giving Khan the opportunity to beat the government with the same stick. While Pakistan’s complicity has been a poorly kept secret for a while now, the report confirms suspicions with a host of classified CIA documents and cables from Pakistan. The report, released on the day Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is meeting with Obama in Washington, is bound to embarrass Sharif, especially since he has mentioned Pakistan’s anger at drones repeatedly on this trip.From Khan’s perspective, the Pakistani government is equally responsible for the drone program, and deserves equal condemnation. On the PTI’s Twitter account, criticism of Sharif has already begun. Drones have deeply divided and angered Pakistani society, and Khan seems to be taking full advantage of it.