Umm... Excuse me but what more of a peace they wait? Azerbaijan reinstated authority over its occupied lands and as I see it right now its pretty peaceful. What the US wants more?
US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs James O'Brien announced the suspension of military and other assistance to Azerbaijan and that relations between the United States and Azerbaijan will not be normalized until progress is made in peace negotiations with Armenia.
This assistance is critical to Azerbaijan, especially currently.
"Since 1991, USAID has invested $431 million in programs to support Azerbaijanis, including humanitarian relief, the health sector, and economic and governance reform"
"The Departments of State, Defense (DOD), and Energy and the U.S. Agency for International Development reported providing about $808 million for assistance for Azerbaijan in fiscal years 2002 through 2020. State and DOD reported providing about $164 million of this amount (20 percent) for security assistance to the government of Azerbaijan pursuant to the Section 907 waiver. Other U.S. agencies' reported categories of assistance—for example, to support democracy and nuclear nonproliferation—were exempt from the Section 907 restriction."
Foreign Assistance: Agencies Should Take Steps to Improve Reporting on Assistance to the Government of AzerbaijanTo avoid worsening a dispute between Azerbaijan and neighboring Armenia, U.S. law generally restricts assistance to the government of Azerbaijan...www.gao.gov