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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Irena Lipowicz
WARSAW — Poland's all-or-nothing negotiating style helped the post-communist state win concessions over a new treaty to which EU leaders agreed in the wee hours yesterday morning, but at the cost of relations with some key partners in the 27-nation bloc.
"I am happy there was a compromise," said Irena Lipowicz, a foreign affairs specialist at Warsaw's Stefan Wyszynski University. "But the political costs and the cost in terms of image, as well as our ability to cooperate with other countries, are very, very high indeed."