The Center for Syncretic Studies aims to:
Popularize knowledge about social and ideological movements which are existing and developing alongside and within the ‘Globalization process’ promoted by the Atlanticists; disseminate knowledge about social and ideological movements which are arising in response to neo-liberalism and late capitalism
Provide a public venue for critical analysis of contemporary globalization and liberalism/neo-liberalism; provide a resource for critical analysis and re-evaluation of past, syncretic, and new ideological and geopolitical schools
Sustain a public hub for programmatic discussions about the present state of syncretic and new ideological movements and work, act as a think-tank for syncretic and new ideological frameworks to promote political and geopolitical alternatives
Be a public forum internationally that supports dialogue between historically adverse movements and organisations, intellectuals and non-governmental organisations across the political and ideological landscape.
Perform regular geopolitical and geostrategic systems analysis summary and forecasting
Grant funding to young scholars via undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships
Give impulses to self-defining political activities and support commitment to justice, order, for a just and multipolar international framework
Present to the public a general review and critical analysis of intellectual and academic works in a clear and understandable language, suitable for inter-disciplinary studies, including translation of non-English works into English.
Provide a forum which connects intellectuals and academics and their works with the readership and the public
Popularize an appreciation for the discipline of contemplation and the development of critical and analytic faculties as they relate to the subject materials provided by contributors, authors, and the administrators
Exist effectively as one pole among other poles within a webbed and decentralized political, social, and ideological terrain.
Work towards reconciliation or union of different or opposing principles, practices, or parties; be they in philosophy, ideology, or religion as they relate to social and political movements.