Thanks and No Thanks

Smugglers
: 3

Gain a copy of a card costing up to 6 Treasure that the player to your right gained on his last turn.

Action
Envoy
: 4

Reveal the top 5 cards of your deck. The player to your left chooses one for you to discard. Draw the rest.

Action
Contraband
: 5

When you play this, the player to your left names a card. You can't buy that card this turn.

Treasure
Embassy
: 5

Discard 3 cards.
When you gain this, each other player gains a Silver.

Action
Tribute
: 5

The player to your left reveals then discards the top 2 cards of his deck. For each differently named card revealed, if it is an...

Action Card, +2 Actions
Treasure Card, +2 Treasure
Victory Card, +2 Cards

Action
Bishop
: 4

Trash a card from your hand. + victory tokens equal to half its cost in coins, rounded down. Each other player may trash a card from his hand.

Action
Tournament
: 4

Each player may reveal a Province from his hand.
If you do, discard it and gain a Prize (from the Prize pile) or a Duchy, putting it on top of your deck.
If no-one else does, +1 Card, +1 Treasure.

Action
Council Room
: 5

Each player draws a card.

Action
Governor
: 5

Choose one; you get the version in the parentheses: Each player gets +1 (+3) Cards; or each player gains a Silver (Gold); or each player may trash a card from his hand and gain a card costing exactly 1 treasure (2 treasure) more.

Action
Vault
: 5

Discard any number of cards. +1 treasure per card discarded.
Each other player may discard 2 cards. If he does, he draws a card.

Action
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The theme, if it isn't

The theme, if it isn't obvious, is non-Attack cards which involve other players in some way.

As of Hinterlands, the three other cards which qualify but were not included are Possession (technically not an Attack; I decided to drop it because of the Potion cost), Ill-Gotten Gains (I decided to drop that because I prefer that none of the cards give Curses) and Fool's Gold (I was conflicted about dropping it, but something else had to go).