The Citizens Report on the Performance of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs by PILDAT is the latest in the series of reports on the performance of the Parliamentary Committees. The report has been prepared in the backdrop of the principle of Parliamentary Oversight of the Executive. PILDAT had earlier published a similar report on the performance of the Parliamentary Committees of Defence and National Security. The report covers the period of 3 years since March 2008 to July 2011 examining closely the publicly-available data on the work of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs. PILDAT has been striving for the development and strengthening of the democratic institutions such as the Parliament and Parliamentary Committees. The objective of this report is not to offer a critique of the work of these committees but to analyse their performance in the backdrop of the foreign policy and security concerns of Pakistan. The report is a part of PILDAT’s larger focus on improving Parliamentary Oversight of Executive and assisting the Parliament and its committees in undertaking well-researched, objective and non-partisan oversight.