Although I must say that when it comes to personal morality issues, I tend to lean more to the right (abortion, SSM for example).
When it comes to economic redistribution of wealth, I'd place myself at very socialist but outside of government for the most part (i.e., people voluntarily give to help the needy), except when it comes to education, where I support it being compulsory and universal at all cost (i.e., if the government must intervene to ensure everyone gets to go to school, then so be it, even if it does mean higher taxes.
As for education, I tend to support character education and religion (albeit world religions, not necessarily one religion imposing itself over the others) to be most important, but also support science as equal in that fundamentalism ought not dictate how science ought to be interpreted. The reason I value character education most is because knowledge of science can be dangerous in the mind of one who would willingly use it to hurt others if it could benefit him. I'd place inter-faith education second in that it helps students to learn to live in a pluralistic society, and science third since without science, even the strongest character can only do so much to benefit mankind.
As for internationalism, I'm for world federation, so I think my position on globalization is clear there.
But as for centralization, I'd like to see more power in the hands of local governments, so I suppose that would make me very decentralist overall, with only national issues dealt with at the national level, and only international issues dealt with at the international level.
So where would I stand exactly? Even I don't know.