No one in the English-speaking world cares what I think about this, but I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by the very cool Chilean paper El Mercurio in early February. Try out your Spanish. For those who won't, in a nutshell, I think the chances of the political uproar in the Middle East, including in Egypt, having a serious effect on China's political stability, that is, CCP rule, is smaller than small. Beijing may be worried sick about this, but they shouldn't be. 30-plus years of economic growth, greater socio-economic liberalization, and greater international influence and prestige has resulted in greater domestic popular support for the regime. Study after study shows this. Someone please pass along the data to Beijing.