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Objectives never happens, but [I think] that is expected.

Does the UN, US, EU, CN, IN... have objectives for +5, +10... +100 years?

What/Where is the objective?

Is the UN or any National Governments evolving Open and Agile objectives? Objectives for society, economy, education, health... evolution, which globally governments, academia, industry... provide a common workspace for sharing achievements. Building a future with evolving practical requirements and resources that does not lock-in any irrational political, religious, national... dogma.

IOW — The start and path are temporally defined relativistically to current (future) events. The end objective is undefinable, an infinite point in TimePlace/TimeSpace.

Practical... Clean water, food, housing, health, education, peace... space exploration....

Impractical... Oppression, empire, war, rational dogma... survivalist, control....

Current Reality is Dogma Affected, which is not actually effective (IMO). Hence, Utopia was removed from the question.

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  • I don't understand what "N/$PD" means. You could edit your post and expand that if you want. Regardless, welcome to this SE! – Frank Hubeny Sep 20 '18 at 14:21
  • N/SPD — Narcissistic a/o $ociopathic Personality Disorder. The $/S is an intentional typo? – user22501 Sep 20 '18 at 14:38
  • I made an edit mainly to change the acronym so it is clear. You may roll this back or continue editing. I don't have an answer, but I hope someone does. Again, welcome! – Frank Hubeny Sep 20 '18 at 14:47
  • Opinion based. Anarchists have their own views, communists their own, democrats their own and the list only begins. – rus9384 Sep 20 '18 at 20:14
  • You may want to study the philosopher Ernst Bloch. Wayne Hudson, "The Marxist Philosophy of Ernst Bloch" amazon.com/Marxist-Philosophy-Ernst-Bloch/dp/1349042927 Keep in mind that Bloch is more Bloch than he is Marxian. He is a rather unique figure. Try to get a grip on his philosophy of the "not yet". This will also require an understanding of Goethe's Faust to understand parts of Bloch. – Gordon Sep 21 '18 at 4:16