Roosevelt got it for helping end the Russo-Japanese War, which makes sense to me. Wilson wasn't great as a person, but he got it for making the League of Nations, which was a noble (no pun intended!) endeavor, even if it didn't really do much.
So yeah, I'd say most of them deserve it, just not Obama. Although at the very least, he deserves it more than Henry Kissinger and Yasser Arafat.
I don’t even know where to begin with that one...
I'm not trying to let Obama or Trump off easy--both of them gave aid to a country that actively committed war crimes in Yemen, which is really not acceptable at all (although I am pleased with Biden's attempts to emphasize human rights in his foreign policy more, which includes ending support for the Saudi coalition). It's wrong to call either of them actively genocidal though.
Trump is putting an end to this war bs. "It is not our job to replace regimes around the world."
I could care less if a president wins that prize. It isn't a measure of success as the president of the United States of America.
Wilson thought up the League of Nations, the forerunner of the United Nations.
Who do you think should have won?
Agreed that Carter won for his post-presidential work. He has arguably had the most successful and beneficial post-presidency of any of the others.